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    What a beautiful story . A true blue hero.



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    True Blue Act Of Kindness - Going Above and Beyond The Call Of Duty: Florida Police Officer replaces stolen engagement ring for couple who have been together nearly 70 years. Earlier this week, Plantation Police Officer Laurie Graber was sent to the local hospital to take a report of a missing ring. A gentleman, who was visiting his beloved bride in the hospital, noticed that his wife's engagement ring was missing from her hand. He noticed this straight away because the ring has been on her finger since 1946, when he first proposed. Upon arrival, Officer Graber noticed marks on the woman's finger as if the ring was yanked off forcefully. Her wedding band remained on the finger. Ofc. Graber took the report and opened the investigation, which Plantation Police and Broward County SO are currently working on. But this story does not pause here ...
    Officer Graber took time to speak with this couple and after learning of how the gentleman had bought the ring 67 years ago for $400 and that his wife never took it off, she knew she had to do a little something to ease their heartache. Arthur proposed to Betty when she was 20 years old. It was how the couple still looked at one another that truly touched our Sister Laurie. "She still looked at him like he was her knight in shining armor ... he looked at her like she was still his young bride." Laurie stated.
    Without further words, Ofc. Graber left the hospital. She later returned and dropped off a small package for the couple. She left it with the nurses to give to the patient and she left.
    Inside this small box was a heart shaped diamond ring with a note attached that said "It's not much. It's not the same. But 67 years of a promise kept should be recognized. May God bless you both."
    Officer Graber had gone to JCPenny and purchased this beautiful ring with her own money, with no fanfare, simply because she felt it was the right thing to do. Sister Laurie represents us all and she does so in the finest of fashion. Her quiet act of kindness goes to the very heart of what we all should continue to aspire to do ... make a difference in our small corners of the world.
    Officer Graber's story is just one of so many that never get told. The truth is, Police Officers are doing these things every day out there. But like our Sister, we do not so it for recognition, we do it because it is who we are and what we are born to do, what we love most about this work, being able to help our citizens.
    Officer Laurie Graber, we thank you and we Salute you. Job Well Done Ma'am. You are our True Blue Hero.
    Arthur and Betty renew our faith in love. Officer Laurie Graber renews our faith in humanity. Both so inspiring. All our best to Arthur and Betty.
    -from the founders of TrueBlueWarriors- www.facebook.com/truebluewarriors
    copyright2014 TrueBlueWarriors.org
    If you have any information on this theft, call Broward County Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous, and you may be eligible for a reward.
    BCSO: http://www.sheriff.org/
    PPD: http://www.plantation.org/psd/pd_chief-message.html
    True Blue Act Of Kindness - Going Above and Beyond The Call Of Duty: Florida Police Officer replaces stolen engagement ring for couple who have been together nearly 70 years. Earlier this week, Plantation Police Officer Laurie Graber was sent to the local hospital to take a report of a missing ring. A gentleman, who was visiting his beloved bride in the hospital, noticed that his wife's engagement ring was missing from her hand. He noticed this straight away because the ring has been on her finger since 1946, when he first proposed. Upon arrival, Officer Graber noticed marks on the woman's finger as if the ring was yanked off forcefully. Her wedding band remained on the finger. Ofc. Graber took the report and opened the investigation, which Plantation Police and Broward County SO are currently working on. But this story does not pause here ...

    Officer Graber took time to speak with this couple and after learning of how the gentleman had bought the ring 67 years ago for $400 and that his wife never took it off, she knew she had to do a little something to ease their heartache. Arthur proposed to Betty when she was 20 years old. It was how the couple still looked at one another that truly touched our Sister Laurie. "She still looked at him like he was her knight in shining armor ... he looked at her like she was still his young bride." Laurie stated.

    Without further words, Ofc. Graber left the hospital. She later returned and dropped off a small package for the couple. She left it with the nurses to give to the patient and she left.

    Inside this small box was a heart shaped diamond ring with a note attached that said "It's not much. It's not the same. But 67 years of a promise kept should be recognized. May God bless you both."

    Officer Graber had gone to JCPenny and purchased this beautiful ring with her own money, with no fanfare, simply because she felt it was the right thing to do. Sister Laurie represents us all and she does so in the finest of fashion. Her quiet act of kindness goes to the very heart of what we all should continue to aspire to do ... make a difference in our small corners of the world.

    Officer Graber's story is just one of so many that never get told. The truth is, Police Officers are doing these things every day out there. But like our Sister, we do not so it for recognition, we do it because it is who we are and what we are born to do, what we love most about this work, being able to help our citizens.

    Officer Laurie Graber, we thank you and we Salute you. Job Well Done Ma'am. You are our True Blue Hero.

    Arthur and Betty renew our faith in love. Officer Laurie Graber renews our faith in humanity. Both so inspiring. All our best to Arthur and Betty.

    -from the founders of TrueBlueWarriors- www.facebook.com/truebluewarriors
    copyright2014 TrueBlueWarriors.org

    If you have any information on this theft, call Broward County Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous, and you may be eligible for a reward.
    BCSO: http://www.sheriff.org/
    PPD: http://www.plantation.org/psd/pd_chief-message.html
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    Great story.

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