Feel fortunate to live in Yuma
I was shopping at Fry’s recently and I inadvertently left my purse in a shopping cart and drove toward home. I was at Avenue B and 24th Street when I discovered what I had done. I immediately drove back to Fry’s and went to the customer service station and explained my dilemma to the nice lady.
She said a purse had been turned in and I would have to wait a few minutes for the manager. I did just that and the manager arrived and retrieved my purse from a locked cabinet and after a few questions she returned my purse.
I first want to thank the customer who found my purse in the parking area and turned it in to the customer service people. Nothing had even been disturbed. Everything was exactly as I had left it.
I have no idea who the “oh so honest” and considerate person was but my hope is he/she sees this letter and knows how grateful I am. I would also like to thank the ladies that work at Fry’s. They both were very accommodating and concerned.
I feel fortunate to live in Yuma where most of the people are honest. This isn’t the first time I’ve left a purse in a shopping cart and had it retrieved by a customer passing by. Yuma is a very good place to live. I count my blessings often.
Janice L. Williamson