Josh Ferrin was thrilled when he just closed on a home he bought in Bountiful, Utah. It was exciting! It was the first home he had bought, so he couldn’t wait to get started on going through all of it.
Just a few hours after the closing, Josh was checking out his new garage when something caught his eye. It was a piece of carpet sticking out from a small door in the ceiling. So he got a ladder and climbed up it to explore the attic area.
It was dark and musty, as with most all attics, and he noticed a black metal box sitting over to the side. It was heavy. And like the kind used to haul ammunition with during World War II.
When he opened it, he found all sorts of things… old stamps, bond certificates, memorabilia… and cash… lots of cash. $45,000 in cash to be exact.
He and his wife, Tara, quickly decided to return it to the former homeowner’s son, Dennis Bangerter, who was handling his father’s estate.
His father, Arnold, had died in 2010, and never mentioned anything to him about the box in the garage attic, and what it contained.
Says Dennis: “He grew up in hard times and people that survived that era didn’t have anything when they came out of it unless they saved it themselves. He was a saver, not a spender.”
Dennis said he KNEW that Josh and Tara were good people practically the minute they showed interest in buying his father’s house. And how right he was.
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