Last Monday, Barg Kasang, 51, lost her wedding ring on the job.
It showed up two days later — more than 600 miles away — and has now been returned to her.
On June 3, Kasang was working at Lovejoy, a transmission parts manufacturer in Downers Grove, Illinois, when she noticed her ring was missing.
"I was worried, hurt and sad," she told the Chicago Tribune. "It was traumatic. I didn't even want to tell my husband."
Her husband of 28 years, Steve, tried to reassure her, telling her that they would replace it.
The couple met and still work together at the auto parts company.
"(Steve) was pretty calm," Kasang said. "He said, 'Don't worry about it, we'll replace it.' But it's not the same. To me, it's not just a ring. It's like half of my life is in there."
Last Wednesday, Steve Anderson, a warehouse manager at Applied Industrial Technologies in Little Rock, Arkansas, called Lovejoy to say he had discovered a gold ring in his shipment of U-joints.
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