Ro­mano... so kind, hon­est to re­turn my phone

Winnipeg Free Press - Section G - - LIFE -

I HAD an awe­some thing hap­pen to me while shop­ping down­town with my daugh­ter. I parked in The Bay parkade about 3:30 p.m. and while cross­ing the street, I guess I dropped my iPhone 4S in the snow. I didn’t even no­tice. We went into one of the bridal stores, as we were shop­ping for a grad dress. About two hours later, my son called my daugh­ter’s phone and told us that some guy an­swered my phone when he had called. His name was Ro­mano, and he lived at Siloam Mis­sion. He told my son he had found my iPhone in a snow­bank across from The Bay and that I could pick it up any time be­fore 8 p.m. at 300 Princess St. My daugh­ter and I pro­ceeded to drive to Siloam Mis­sion, and he was wait­ing out­side for us. He gave us the phone, I thanked him very much and he didn’t even ask for a re­ward. He just wanted to get the phone back to its owner. I was so very im­pressed with this man. I want to give a big shout-out to Ro­mano and his friends at Siloam Mis­sion for be­ing so hon­est and kind and re­turn­ing my phone to me. I wish them all good health and tons of hap­pi­ness. Thank you. PS: I wish Tim Hor­tons would take free cof­fee and dough­nuts to the res­i­dents of Siloam Mis­sion this hol­i­day sea­son.

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