Bikers Find Dead Fellow Rider's Wedding Ring, Return it to Grieving Widow

A rider holding the gold wedding ring he found in waist-high vegetation, returning it to grieving widow 1 photo
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Randy and Rhonda Thill had been married for 18 years until death tore them apart when Randy was killed in a motorcycle crash a month ago. When Rhonda received the personal items Randy had with him when he was killed, she observed that his wedding ring was missing.
Knowing that her husband would always wear the ring, she told about this to a close friend, who also was a motorcycle rider. He spread the story with his friends, who in turn told it to friends of friends and so it came to be that a group of volunteers has been assembled.

Helping someone you don't actually know

Unbeknownst to Rhonda, these amazing individuals rode to the place where Randy's fatal accident took place and started to scour the area hoping to find the ring. The task seemed daunting, with thick grass reaching waist height, but the determination of these guys was way too strong.

Some 45 minutes after this uncanny gold hunt started, one of the riders managed to spot a golden glimmer into the grass. The ring he found matched Rhonda's description, so it was taken right at her doorstep, with dirt and grass still on it.

Being reunited with the wedding ring of her dead husband moved Rhonda to tears, but this time they were tears of joy. “It was probably the first time since Randy’s death I had an actual smile on my face, after I stopped crying, because I was so happy about it,” said she. “The group of people that worked to get the ring for me, they’re bikers. And a lot of the times they get a bad rap. [But they] have the biggest hearts in the world. They are the first ones to step up and lend a hand when it’s needed," Rhonda added according to shareably.

Now, the story is even more moving because almost none of the riders that took part in this search didn't know Rhonda, and merely acted out of the brotherly solidarity that unites motorcyclists, and that bridges racial, age, national or religious gaps.

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