By Joe RoetzNBC NewsNORTH FORT MYERS, Fla. —
Tucked in the back of the Goodwill Store sits Patty Fraser, a worker with a job she'd never want to trade.
Sifting through donated jewelry, Fraser comes across all sorts of strange items to sell on Goodwill's online site.
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One day last week, under the clump of battered beads, plastic pearls and tangled earrings, Fraser uncovered a little treasure.
"I saw three military medals, and usually I throw them away because they don't belong to anyone," Fraser said, "No name, there is nothing I can do."
But Fraser dug a little deeper. She found dog tags with the name John Teegarden inscribed on them and a pocket watch to match.