Coin Stories

Gave coin to a Boy Scout troop leader, Jeff Beneski, at my son’s scout outing, so he could think about using them for a troop activity.

My Mom passed last year. So many wonderful thoughts and memories of her! One of the most prevalent was her love of Butterflies! I purchased this coin to give to a family member for Christmas 2018. Mom would have loved everything about this! (Muskegon, MI)

Spreading kindness....

This coin is beginning its story in DuBois, PA! I hope it travels around the world and back!

To my dear friend, MO... Stay on track with your ability to be connected with like minded individuals. Let this token be a marker in your recovery. I appreciate you as a friend and want to see you reach your full potential.

Picked up Lance hitchhiking from sandpoint. Lance I sincerely hope this coin inspires you to get clean and beat your demons...may you develop deep connections and together uncover the source of your struggles. All the best my friend.
https://samharris.org/podcasts/142-addiction-depression-meaningful-life/

Was in Montana on the train and heard a young man one seat behind me say he was hungry had just got on the train just got a 4 piece broasted chicken so I gave him a thigh and he gave me the coin can’t wait to pay it forward

I got this coin in the mail yesterday. Don't know what to do with this yet, but will have to think about it.

I got this coin in the mail yesterday. Don't know what to do with this yet, but will have to think about it.

I got this coin in the mail yesterday. Don't know what to do with this yet, but will have to think about it.

Diese Münze ist für mich, in der Hoffnung, dass ich zur passenden Zeit am richtigen Ort bin, um einem Menschen zu helfen. Ich bin gespannt, wann und wo dies sein wird.

Für Helma,
ich kenne niemanden sonst, der sich so selbstlos und ganz selbstverständlich an die Seite von Menschen stellt, die Hilfe oder Unterstützung brauchen. Mit Rat und Tat stehst du den Menschen zur Seite, auch wenn es Jahre dauert. Ich bin mir sicher, du wirst eine Gelegenheit finden, die Münze weiterzugeben.

Für Carina,
die, wie diese Münze, eine Reisende ist und ihren Weg noch finden muss. Zieh hinaus in die Welt, tue Gutes, verbreite Freude, finde dein Glück. Und wenn du es gefunden hast, dann halte es ganz fest. Wisse, dass wir deinen Weg mit Freuden verfolgen und gespannt sind, wo du ankommen wirst.

Amazing story.

So happy we get to kick off the Christmas season with great friends! In the spirit of the season, we ask that everyone accept this token and look for an opportunity to pass it on with a kind deed.

Thanks for the chicken! Man was I hungry 😋

I just met Bruce and Selkirk on Amtrak as we go rolling through the snowy fields of North Dakota in The sunshine. I’m grateful to be joining them in this kindness revolution because our world could change in beautiful ways if we treat each other compassionately. Let’s celebrate that we come from all backgrounds and walks of life, and at the fundamental level we are all the same, in this together. Peace to all beings.

On Amtrak spreading the word of love, kindness and compassion. This coin is going to my newest friend Rebecca! Fly on and do good :)

To Cheryl the most bestest cabbie in the Bakken! Thanks for the great lift to Williston:)

Fresh Coin in hand 🙏🏼👊🏼👍🏼🇺🇸

I got this coin from a lil old man and he gave me 100 dollars.. he got it for a ciggerette at a homeless shelter 😊

I heard about ButterflyCoins.org on the BookCrossing.com site and decided to check it out by buying my first few coins.

I heard about ButterflyCoins.org on the BookCrossing.com site and decided to check it out by buying my first few coins.

I heard about ButterflyCoins.org on the BookCrossing.com site and decided to check it out by buying my first few coins.

I heard about ButterflyCoins.org on the BookCrossing.com site and decided to check it out by buying my first few coins.

Lt. Brian Lowe was a Paratrooper in the US Army and served during Operation Desert Storm. He earned his Masters Degree from Northwestern University. Brian started his career in law enforcement in McArthur, Ohio. He soon moved to the Lancaster Police Department where he was a police officer for many years. He enjoyed teaching classes at Hocking College and Ohio University - Lancaster. Brian also had his pilots license and loved to fly.
Brian, age 46, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, September 29, 2018. He is survived by his loving wife, 2 young children, mother, father, and brother.
Brian was an incredible interrogator, meticulous detective, original member of our multidisciplinary team, and all around force for good. He always went above and beyond, and his leadership and compassion are sorely missed.
46 coins are dedicated to his memory, to honor and continue his good works.

Lt. Brian Lowe was a Paratrooper in the US Army and served during Operation Desert Storm. He earned his Masters Degree from Northwestern University. Brian started his career in law enforcement in McArthur, Ohio. He soon moved to the Lancaster Police Department where he was a police officer for many years. He enjoyed teaching classes at Hocking College and Ohio University - Lancaster. Brian also had his pilots license and loved to fly.
Brian, age 46, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, September 29, 2018. He is survived by his loving wife, 2 young children, mother, father, and brother.
Brian was an incredible interrogator, meticulous detective, original member of our multidisciplinary team, and all around force for good. He always went above and beyond, and his leadership and compassion are sorely missed.
46 coins are dedicated to his memory, to honor and continue his good works.

Lt. Brian Lowe was a Paratrooper in the US Army and served during Operation Desert Storm. He earned his Masters Degree from Northwestern University. Brian started his career in law enforcement in McArthur, Ohio. He soon moved to the Lancaster Police Department where he was a police officer for many years. He enjoyed teaching classes at Hocking College and Ohio University - Lancaster. Brian also had his pilots license and loved to fly.
Brian, age 46, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, September 29, 2018. He is survived by his loving wife, 2 young children, mother, father, and brother.
Brian was an incredible interrogator, meticulous detective, original member of our multidisciplinary team, and all around force for good. He always went above and beyond, and his leadership and compassion are sorely missed.
46 coins are dedicated to his memory, to honor and continue his good works.

Lt. Brian Lowe was a Paratrooper in the US Army and served during Operation Desert Storm. He earned his Masters Degree from Northwestern University. Brian started his career in law enforcement in McArthur, Ohio. He soon moved to the Lancaster Police Department where he was a police officer for many years. He enjoyed teaching classes at Hocking College and Ohio University - Lancaster. Brian also had his pilots license and loved to fly.
Brian, age 46, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, September 29, 2018. He is survived by his loving wife, 2 young children, mother, father, and brother.
Brian was an incredible interrogator, meticulous detective, original member of our multidisciplinary team, and all around force for good. He always went above and beyond, and his leadership and compassion are sorely missed.
46 coins are dedicated to his memory, to honor and continue his good works.

Lt. Brian Lowe was a Paratrooper in the US Army and served during Operation Desert Storm. He earned his Masters Degree from Northwestern University. Brian started his career in law enforcement in McArthur, Ohio. He soon moved to the Lancaster Police Department where he was a police officer for many years. He enjoyed teaching classes at Hocking College and Ohio University - Lancaster. Brian also had his pilots license and loved to fly.
Brian, age 46, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, September 29, 2018. He is survived by his loving wife, 2 young children, mother, father, and brother.
Brian was an incredible interrogator, meticulous detective, original member of our multidisciplinary team, and all around force for good. He always went above and beyond, and his leadership and compassion are sorely missed.
46 coins are dedicated to his memory, to honor and continue his good works.

Lt. Brian Lowe was a Paratrooper in the US Army and served during Operation Desert Storm. He earned his Masters Degree from Northwestern University. Brian started his career in law enforcement in McArthur, Ohio. He soon moved to the Lancaster Police Department where he was a police officer for many years. He enjoyed teaching classes at Hocking College and Ohio University - Lancaster. Brian also had his pilots license and loved to fly.
Brian, age 46, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, September 29, 2018. He is survived by his loving wife, 2 young children, mother, father, and brother.
Brian was an incredible interrogator, meticulous detective, original member of our multidisciplinary team, and all around force for good. He always went above and beyond, and his leadership and compassion are sorely missed.
46 coins are dedicated to his memory, to honor and continue his good works.

Lt. Brian Lowe was a Paratrooper in the US Army and served during Operation Desert Storm. He earned his Masters Degree from Northwestern University. Brian started his career in law enforcement in McArthur, Ohio. He soon moved to the Lancaster Police Department where he was a police officer for many years. He enjoyed teaching classes at Hocking College and Ohio University - Lancaster. Brian also had his pilots license and loved to fly.
Brian, age 46, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, September 29, 2018. He is survived by his loving wife, 2 young children, mother, father, and brother.
Brian was an incredible interrogator, meticulous detective, original member of our multidisciplinary team, and all around force for good. He always went above and beyond, and his leadership and compassion are sorely missed.
46 coins are dedicated to his memory, to honor and continue his good works.

Lt. Brian Lowe was a Paratrooper in the US Army and served during Operation Desert Storm. He earned his Masters Degree from Northwestern University. Brian started his career in law enforcement in McArthur, Ohio. He soon moved to the Lancaster Police Department where he was a police officer for many years. He enjoyed teaching classes at Hocking College and Ohio University - Lancaster. Brian also had his pilots license and loved to fly.
Brian, age 46, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, September 29, 2018. He is survived by his loving wife, 2 young children, mother, father, and brother.
Brian was an incredible interrogator, meticulous detective, original member of our multidisciplinary team, and all around force for good. He always went above and beyond, and his leadership and compassion are sorely missed.
46 coins are dedicated to his memory, to honor and continue his good works.

Lt. Brian Lowe was a Paratrooper in the US Army and served during Operation Desert Storm. He earned his Masters Degree from Northwestern University. Brian started his career in law enforcement in McArthur, Ohio. He soon moved to the Lancaster Police Department where he was a police officer for many years. He enjoyed teaching classes at Hocking College and Ohio University - Lancaster. Brian also had his pilots license and loved to fly.
Brian, age 46, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, September 29, 2018. He is survived by his loving wife, 2 young children, mother, father, and brother.
Brian was an incredible interrogator, meticulous detective, original member of our multidisciplinary team, and all around force for good. He always went above and beyond, and his leadership and compassion are sorely missed.
46 coins are dedicated to his memory, to honor and continue his good works.

Lt. Brian Lowe was a Paratrooper in the US Army and served during Operation Desert Storm. He earned his Masters Degree from Northwestern University. Brian started his career in law enforcement in McArthur, Ohio. He soon moved to the Lancaster Police Department where he was a police officer for many years. He enjoyed teaching classes at Hocking College and Ohio University - Lancaster. Brian also had his pilots license and loved to fly.
Brian, age 46, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, September 29, 2018. He is survived by his loving wife, 2 young children, mother, father, and brother.
Brian was an incredible interrogator, meticulous detective, original member of our multidisciplinary team, and all around force for good. He always went above and beyond, and his leadership and compassion are sorely missed.
46 coins are dedicated to his memory, to honor and continue his good works.

Lt. Brian Lowe was a Paratrooper in the US Army and served during Operation Desert Storm. He earned his Masters Degree from Northwestern University. Brian started his career in law enforcement in McArthur, Ohio. He soon moved to the Lancaster Police Department where he was a police officer for many years. He enjoyed teaching classes at Hocking College and Ohio University - Lancaster. Brian also had his pilots license and loved to fly.
Brian, age 46, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, September 29, 2018. He is survived by his loving wife, 2 young children, mother, father, and brother.
Brian was an incredible interrogator, meticulous detective, original member of our multidisciplinary team, and all around force for good. He always went above and beyond, and his leadership and compassion are sorely missed.
46 coins are dedicated to his memory, to honor and continue his good works.

Lt. Brian Lowe was a Paratrooper in the US Army and served during Operation Desert Storm. He earned his Masters Degree from Northwestern University. Brian started his career in law enforcement in McArthur, Ohio. He soon moved to the Lancaster Police Department where he was a police officer for many years. He enjoyed teaching classes at Hocking College and Ohio University - Lancaster. Brian also had his pilots license and loved to fly.
Brian, age 46, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, September 29, 2018. He is survived by his loving wife, 2 young children, mother, father, and brother.
Brian was an incredible interrogator, meticulous detective, original member of our multidisciplinary team, and all around force for good. He always went above and beyond, and his leadership and compassion are sorely missed.
46 coins are dedicated to his memory, to honor and continue his good works.

Lt. Brian Lowe was a Paratrooper in the US Army and served during Operation Desert Storm. He earned his Masters Degree from Northwestern University. Brian started his career in law enforcement in McArthur, Ohio. He soon moved to the Lancaster Police Department where he was a police officer for many years. He enjoyed teaching classes at Hocking College and Ohio University - Lancaster. Brian also had his pilots license and loved to fly.
Brian, age 46, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, September 29, 2018. He is survived by his loving wife, 2 young children, mother, father, and brother.
Brian was an incredible interrogator, meticulous detective, original member of our multidisciplinary team, and all around force for good. He always went above and beyond, and his leadership and compassion are sorely missed.
46 coins are dedicated to his memory, to honor and continue his good works.

Lt. Brian Lowe was a Paratrooper in the US Army and served during Operation Desert Storm. He earned his Masters Degree from Northwestern University. Brian started his career in law enforcement in McArthur, Ohio. He soon moved to the Lancaster Police Department where he was a police officer for many years. He enjoyed teaching classes at Hocking College and Ohio University - Lancaster. Brian also had his pilots license and loved to fly.
Brian, age 46, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, September 29, 2018. He is survived by his loving wife, 2 young children, mother, father, and brother.
Brian was an incredible interrogator, meticulous detective, original member of our multidisciplinary team, and all around force for good. He always went above and beyond, and his leadership and compassion are sorely missed.
46 coins are dedicated to his memory, to honor and continue his good works.

Lt. Brian Lowe was a Paratrooper in the US Army and served during Operation Desert Storm. He earned his Masters Degree from Northwestern University. Brian started his career in law enforcement in McArthur, Ohio. He soon moved to the Lancaster Police Department where he was a police officer for many years. He enjoyed teaching classes at Hocking College and Ohio University - Lancaster. Brian also had his pilots license and loved to fly.
Brian, age 46, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, September 29, 2018. He is survived by his loving wife, 2 young children, mother, father, and brother.
Brian was an incredible interrogator, meticulous detective, original member of our multidisciplinary team, and all around force for good. He always went above and beyond, and his leadership and compassion are sorely missed.
46 coins are dedicated to his memory, to honor and continue his good works.

Lt. Brian Lowe was a Paratrooper in the US Army and served during Operation Desert Storm. He earned his Masters Degree from Northwestern University. Brian started his career in law enforcement in McArthur, Ohio. He soon moved to the Lancaster Police Department where he was a police officer for many years. He enjoyed teaching classes at Hocking College and Ohio University - Lancaster. Brian also had his pilots license and loved to fly.
Brian, age 46, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, September 29, 2018. He is survived by his loving wife, 2 young children, mother, father, and brother.
Brian was an incredible interrogator, meticulous detective, original member of our multidisciplinary team, and all around force for good. He always went above and beyond, and his leadership and compassion are sorely missed.
46 coins are dedicated to his memory, to honor and continue his good works.

Lt. Brian Lowe was a Paratrooper in the US Army and served during Operation Desert Storm. He earned his Masters Degree from Northwestern University. Brian started his career in law enforcement in McArthur, Ohio. He soon moved to the Lancaster Police Department where he was a police officer for many years. He enjoyed teaching classes at Hocking College and Ohio University - Lancaster. Brian also had his pilots license and loved to fly.
Brian, age 46, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, September 29, 2018. He is survived by his loving wife, 2 young children, mother, father, and brother.
Brian was an incredible interrogator, meticulous detective, original member of our multidisciplinary team, and all around force for good. He always went above and beyond, and his leadership and compassion are sorely missed.
46 coins are dedicated to his memory, to honor and continue his good works.

Lt. Brian Lowe was a Paratrooper in the US Army and served during Operation Desert Storm. He earned his Masters Degree from Northwestern University. Brian started his career in law enforcement in McArthur, Ohio. He soon moved to the Lancaster Police Department where he was a police officer for many years. He enjoyed teaching classes at Hocking College and Ohio University - Lancaster. Brian also had his pilots license and loved to fly.
Brian, age 46, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, September 29, 2018. He is survived by his loving wife, 2 young children, mother, father, and brother.
Brian was an incredible interrogator, meticulous detective, original member of our multidisciplinary team, and all around force for good. He always went above and beyond, and his leadership and compassion are sorely missed.
46 coins are dedicated to his memory, to honor and continue his good works.

Lt. Brian Lowe was a Paratrooper in the US Army and served during Operation Desert Storm. He earned his Masters Degree from Northwestern University. Brian started his career in law enforcement in McArthur, Ohio. He soon moved to the Lancaster Police Department where he was a police officer for many years. He enjoyed teaching classes at Hocking College and Ohio University - Lancaster. Brian also had his pilots license and loved to fly.
Brian, age 46, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, September 29, 2018. He is survived by his loving wife, 2 young children, mother, father, and brother.
Brian was an incredible interrogator, meticulous detective, original member of our multidisciplinary team, and all around force for good. He always went above and beyond, and his leadership and compassion are sorely missed.
46 coins are dedicated to his memory, to honor and continue his good works.

Lt. Brian Lowe was a Paratrooper in the US Army and served during Operation Desert Storm. He earned his Masters Degree from Northwestern University. Brian started his career in law enforcement in McArthur, Ohio. He soon moved to the Lancaster Police Department where he was a police officer for many years. He enjoyed teaching classes at Hocking College and Ohio University - Lancaster. Brian also had his pilots license and loved to fly.
Brian, age 46, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, September 29, 2018. He is survived by his loving wife, 2 young children, mother, father, and brother.
Brian was an incredible interrogator, meticulous detective, original member of our multidisciplinary team, and all around force for good. He always went above and beyond, and his leadership and compassion are sorely missed.
46 coins are dedicated to his memory, to honor and continue his good works.

Lt. Brian Lowe was a Paratrooper in the US Army and served during Operation Desert Storm. He earned his Masters Degree from Northwestern University. Brian started his career in law enforcement in McArthur, Ohio. He soon moved to the Lancaster Police Department where he was a police officer for many years. He enjoyed teaching classes at Hocking College and Ohio University - Lancaster. Brian also had his pilots license and loved to fly.
Brian, age 46, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, September 29, 2018. He is survived by his loving wife, 2 young children, mother, father, and brother.
Brian was an incredible interrogator, meticulous detective, original member of our multidisciplinary team, and all around force for good. He always went above and beyond, and his leadership and compassion are sorely missed.
46 coins are dedicated to his memory, to honor and continue his good works.

Lt. Brian Lowe was a Paratrooper in the US Army and served during Operation Desert Storm. He earned his Masters Degree from Northwestern University. Brian started his career in law enforcement in McArthur, Ohio. He soon moved to the Lancaster Police Department where he was a police officer for many years. He enjoyed teaching classes at Hocking College and Ohio University - Lancaster. Brian also had his pilots license and loved to fly.
Brian, age 46, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, September 29, 2018. He is survived by his loving wife, 2 young children, mother, father, and brother.
Brian was an incredible interrogator, meticulous detective, original member of our multidisciplinary team, and all around force for good. He always went above and beyond, and his leadership and compassion are sorely missed.
46 coins are dedicated to his memory, to honor and continue his good works.

Lt. Brian Lowe was a Paratrooper in the US Army and served during Operation Desert Storm. He earned his Masters Degree from Northwestern University. Brian started his career in law enforcement in McArthur, Ohio. He soon moved to the Lancaster Police Department where he was a police officer for many years. He enjoyed teaching classes at Hocking College and Ohio University - Lancaster. Brian also had his pilots license and loved to fly.
Brian, age 46, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, September 29, 2018. He is survived by his loving wife, 2 young children, mother, father, and brother.
Brian was an incredible interrogator, meticulous detective, original member of our multidisciplinary team, and all around force for good. He always went above and beyond, and his leadership and compassion are sorely missed.
46 coins are dedicated to his memory, to honor and continue his good works.

Lt. Brian Lowe was a Paratrooper in the US Army and served during Operation Desert Storm. He earned his Masters Degree from Northwestern University. Brian started his career in law enforcement in McArthur, Ohio. He soon moved to the Lancaster Police Department where he was a police officer for many years. He enjoyed teaching classes at Hocking College and Ohio University - Lancaster. Brian also had his pilots license and loved to fly.
Brian, age 46, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, September 29, 2018. He is survived by his loving wife, 2 young children, mother, father, and brother.
Brian was an incredible interrogator, meticulous detective, original member of our multidisciplinary team, and all around force for good. He always went above and beyond, and his leadership and compassion are sorely missed.
46 coins are dedicated to his memory, to honor and continue his good works.

Lt. Brian Lowe was a Paratrooper in the US Army and served during Operation Desert Storm. He earned his Masters Degree from Northwestern University. Brian started his career in law enforcement in McArthur, Ohio. He soon moved to the Lancaster Police Department where he was a police officer for many years. He enjoyed teaching classes at Hocking College and Ohio University - Lancaster. Brian also had his pilots license and loved to fly.
Brian, age 46, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, September 29, 2018. He is survived by his loving wife, 2 young children, mother, father, and brother.
Brian was an incredible interrogator, meticulous detective, original member of our multidisciplinary team, and all around force for good. He always went above and beyond, and his leadership and compassion are sorely missed.
46 coins are dedicated to his memory, to honor and continue his good works.

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