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Published: Wednesday, May 18 2011 10:00 p.m. MDT

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baddog
Cedar Rapids, IA

I'd say it's more a lesson in honesty for the rest of the world. The family seems to have the lesson down just fine.

jeffcorry
Orderville, Utah

Good for him!

Less Is More
Ogden, UT

Someone's mansion in heaven just got bigger...remarkable example of guiding principles in action. The amazing thing is that, by law the money was his! Legal isn't always ethical. Thanks for the inspiring story on a raining day!

Alamo
San Antonio, TX

I had hoped to see at the end of this great story, a note saying that to reward Mr. Ferrin for his honesty, the Bangerter family returned half of the found money to him. That would have been a perfect ending in my eyes.

plyxply
SLC, UT

we are surrounded by great people, thanks for the story.

washcomom
Beaverton, OR

Honesty principle in action. So awesome!

bobosmom
small town, Nebraska

I was reading it in the local paper back here yesterday. Very wonderful of the family to return the money to the Bangeters. The story was almost 3/4 of the page. Had lots of pictures. There was even a 3 second bire on abc news about it. It is so refreshing to see such honesty in this world.

The Caravan Moves On
Enid, OK

AWESOME!

What a good example of just because something is "legal" does NOT mean it's "moral".

I know a certain group of individuals who seem to be often getting confused on this...

Anyway, I commend you for returning the money and belongings!

crunchem
Cedar City, Utah

this story will be included in my next priesthood lesson on honesty, or character, or......

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