As we approach the holiday season, it’s always heartwarming to hear of good deeds – but what a passenger on a flight from Omaha to Denver did recently has most definitely raised the bar.
A man who found a lost wallet on a Frontier flight to the Mile High City returned it to its rightful owner…..and threw in some extra money.
The wallet belonged to 20-year-old Hunter Shamatt, who was on his way to his sister’s wedding in Las Vegas earlier this month. The wallet contained his ID, $60 in cash, a debit card, and a signed paycheck. The Good Samaritan sent the wallet back to Shamatt. His mom, Jeannie Shamatt, then took to Facebook to post a picture of the package containing a nice note.
“Found this on a Frontier Flight from Omaha to Denver – row 12, seat F, wedged between the seat and the wall. Thought you might want it back. All the best. P.S….I rounded your cash up to an even $100, so you could celebrate getting your wallet back. Have fun!”
The letter was signed with only initials ‘TB’, and had an address out of Omaha. After an interview with a TV station in Omaha, the Shamatt’s were able to meet the man who returned the wallet to thank him personally. Though, it would appear – dude didn’t do it to receive any accolades. An example for ALL of us, yes? ~ Jason