Rhonda Thill’s husband, Randy, died in a motorcycle a month ago. As some of you may know, it’s difficult dealing with the loss of a loved one, especially after you have been married for 18 years like Rhonda has. Rhonda is taking life one day at a time, but sometimes you can find great things in the most unlikely places.
In the days after Randy’s death, Rhonda noticed that Randy’s wedding ring. She remembered him wearing it previously, and she knew it would be around the crash site. She was determined to find it.
She informed a close friend, an avid biker, about her dilemma, and before long, word had spread like rapid fire amongst the close-knit biker community. Before you knew it, a hoard of people came along to help Rhonda find her precious wedding ring.
A group of volunteer bikers were on their hands and knees at the crash site, hoping to find a wedding ring. After 45 minutes of searching, someone finally spotted the gold right. It matched Rhonda’s description, and they then delivered the ring to the widow who cried tears of joy.
“It was probably the first time since Randy’s death I had an actual smile on my face, after I stopped crying, because I was so happy about it,” Rhonda says.
“The group of people that worked to get the ring for me, they’re bikers. And a lot of the times they get a bad rap. [But they] have the biggest hearts in the world,” she said. “They are the first ones to step up and lend a hand when it’s needed.”