Sidney woman grateful to the helpful staff at Panorama

Dorothy Cuffe of Sidney is eternally grateful to the staff at Panorama Recreation Centre

Sidney resident Dorothy Cuffe is thankful to Panorama Staff for finding the stone to her ring.

Dorothy Cuffe of Sidney is eternally grateful to the staff at Panorama Recreation Centre for finding her the stone to her diamond ring.

After getting home from her swimming course, Cuffe noticed her stone was missing and phoned the Centre for their assistance in helping to find it — and that they did.

“Everybody at that complex were wonderful to me,” she said.

Manager of Facilities and Operations, John Goodwin also helped out in finding the missing stone. It was one of his employees, a young man in his twenties that went out of his way to find the stone, finding it in the women’s change room.

“This kid was so honest,” said Cuffe.

The ring itself is 10 years old and Cuffe already had it willed to someone. The stone is currently being remantled at the Jeweller.

“I am so totally grateful.”

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