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Widower reunited with dollar bill signed by his wife he thought was lost forever

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HARTFORD, Conn. — A widower in Connecticut has been reunited with a precious momento from his marriage that he thought was lost forever.

During the couples’ marriage, they each signed $1 bills that the other kept in a safe place.

Peter Bilello put his in his wallet and accidentally spent it five years ago.

His wife, Grace, died from breast cancer last year.

But then he got the surprise of his life while buying a meal at Subway with his granddaughter.

“When I see the first one, it was my wife’s dollar, Oh my God. Ashley, look at Nona’s dollar, back again five years later,” Bilello said.

The $1 bill with “Grace B” written on the front is back where it belongs.


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