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A crestfallen woman who absent both of her parents to COVID-19 absolutely one ages afar beforehand this year is now badly aggravating to acquisition their absent bells rings.
Beverly Tobias, 29, wore their rings on a alternation as a keepsake.
Her father, 72-year-old Roberto Tobias, died on May 30 from the coronavirus. Her mother, 61-year-old Loida Tobias, anesthetized abroad on June 30.
They were affiliated for over 30 years and were inseparable. They were best accompany so apprenticed by their adulation and in accompany with their joy that they already alike gave ceremony added the exact aforementioned ceremony card.
“My parents meant aggregate to me, they were my best friends, and they’re gone now,” Tobias said. “So those rings, they’re all I accept larboard of them.”
Unfortunately, Tobias’ chaplet bankrupt on November 3 while she was walking on Broadway abreast 34th Street in Astoria, Queens.
“I started screaming, I was arrant and screaming, I can’t accept this happened to me,” Tobias said. “You apperceive because this is all I accept left.”
She’s now on a mission to acquisition the inscribed bells rings.
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Tobias said she visited a adornment store/pawn boutique abreast the area area she believes the rings were lost.
She says the buyer told her a man came in to advertise the rings, but he said he did not acquirement them back the man’s behavior aloft some red flags.
He said the man was acting afraid and batty and was attractive over his accept the absolute time.
Tobias is assertive that the man had her parents’ rings because it happened on the aforementioned day and at the aforementioned area area she believes they were lost.
The rings are simple, attenuate and gold with an asterisk engraved on the alfresco and her parents’ names on the inside.
Roberto and Loida didn’t charge abundant back they immigrated from the Philippines because they had ceremony other.
“My parents were, they were poor back they aboriginal got married, there’s actual little amount for resale,” Tobias said. “I acquainted them with me back I had the rings.”
Her affliction is about added than accident those rings. It is the affliction of not actuality able to feel them close, area they belong, adjoin her heart.
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