The marriage ceremony and engagement rings of a Valley woman who died from COVID-19 went missing at the hospital after she died. Her husband is pleading for his or her return.
GILBERT, Ariz. — Engagement and weddings rings are symbols of affection, and as the years cross, develop into half of a pair’s love story.
“She was the love of my life, the just one I’ve had,” mentioned Bradley Meyers, who designed his spouse Robin’s rings.
On Jan. 31, the Myer’s love story was minimize brief. Robin bought COVID-19 and was admitted to Abrazo Health in Gilbert.
“She bought sick on a Thursday, and Friday she couldn’t transfer in the morning,” Bradley said. “By the time I got in [to see her] the next day, she could not talk anymore.”
Bradley mentioned that her docs informed him she suffered a number of strokes. He and his three daughters have been capable of see her briefly earlier than she died.
Their grief was made worse after they realized Robin’s marriage ceremony and engagement rings have been missing.
“It was mainly it, that was the one image we had, I’ve mine, nonetheless on. That was hers and somebody took it,” Bradley added.
Gone with out a hint, the stable gold engagement ring with a heart-shaped diamond and the marriage ceremony band that match completely with it.
“The day she went in, she had her jewellery, the subsequent day once I went in to see, once I lastly bought in there, the rings have been gone and there was just a little plastic band round her ring finger as if somebody marked the place the ring got here from,” Bradley mentioned.
Bradley says he and his household inquired with the funeral residence after they acquired his spouse’s belongings, however the ring was not there.
“The hospital really didn’t do anything, they said ‘well, we’ll send security to go look’, but that was it,” Bradley mentioned.
After a scarcity of effort was proven by hospital staff, Bradley says he filed a report with Gilbert Police Department.
Abrazo Health didn’t touch upon this particular case. Keith Jones, the hospital’s Communications Manager, mentioned in an announcement:
“Any reports of misplaced personal items are investigated by the hospital. The hospital tries to work with the patient or family to find a resolution. If an individual chooses to file a report with law enforcement after the hospital tries to resolve the issue, it becomes a police matter.”
As Bradley holds on to the reminiscences of a lifetime along with his spouse, he says he hopes somebody has the braveness to return Robin’s rings, no questions requested.
“The money doesn’t matter, I just would like it back. I don’t really care about money”, Bradley mentioned.
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