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The owner of a lost wallet changes the life of a homeless man


SAN RAFAEL — A new decent deed by a homeless man in the North Bay set off a chain response of benevolence that is currently helping turn his life around.

Sean Curry is a 57-year-old homeless man who remains in Marin County. A month ago he went over a wallet in a Dumpster by the Kamson Coffee Shop in San Rafael and returned it to its legitimate proprietor with its substance unblemished.

That was the point at which his life changed.

Currey is as of now living in his Chevy Tahoe.

“I would truly prefer not to show you the wreck, to come clean with you,” he said. “It’s been my home, definitely, and I love it. It’s a decent Chevy.”

Currey found the lost wallet that was possessed by a Kamson Coffee Shop standard, 80-year-old Mill Valley grandma Evelyn Topper.

“She comes here like, consistently,” said the café’s proprietor and namesake Lina Kamson.

On the day she lost her wallet, observation video demonstrated Topper taking care of her wallet subsequent to getting her beverages, yet she unintentionally dropped it in the wake of leaving.

“I got back home and searched for my little satchel, my wallet. It was gone!” she shouted.

It contained everything: her ID card, her driver’s license, money, her clinical protection cards. Fortunately, it likewise contained her contact data.

“I discovered Evelyn’s wallet. She was elated to get it back,” said Currey.

This is the place where the great Samaritan story gets genuine. Evelyn’s girl Vanessa and granddaughter Mikayla were dazzled and thankful for his trustworthiness. They began a GoFundMe mission to get him off the road, however to fund-raise so Currey can utilize his development abilities “to make a reasonable column of minimalistic homes for the San Rafael homeless network on the loose.”

So far the mission has raised almost $30,000.

Sean and Evelyn met again on Thursday.

“Do you remember me?” he asked as they grasped and Evelyn welcomed him with giggling.

“You have made such countless individuals cheerful,” she advised him.

“It simply shows that there are acceptable individuals out there, and that being homeless doesn’t need to put a mark on you for being an awful individual,” Currey told Media.

Currey’s activities and the restitution he is getting simply demonstrate that trustworthiness and great character actually check.



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