Every once in a while we see an act by someone we don't know that demonstrates the virtue of charity, kindness or integrity. Such occurred last week when my daughter lost her wallet while attending a program at the library for mothers with young children. After reporting the loss to the police, she returned home and found a call from Shish-Kebab that one of their employees, a young man named Ramulo, found the wallet, with cash and other important contents all inside it. Instead of taking the cash and tossing the wallet, Ramulo did the honest and kind thing. While probably typical of what many residents would do, we think it's good to occasionally praise such actions, simple as they are, and make them known. Thanks Ramulo and manager John Nicoli.
Bette and Frank Russo