Lottery winner offers entire prize to boss

With her fiancé Eric Renzelmann, Nancy Mathison offered to give all of her $20,000 lottery prize to the owner of the Fulton company where they both work. But her boss declined to accept the money. She bought the winning ticket at a convenience store in Columbia, where they both reside.

With her fiancé Eric Renzelmann, Nancy Mathison offered to give all of her $20,000 lottery prize to the owner of the Fulton company where they both work. But her boss declined to accept the money. She bought the winning ticket at a convenience store in Columbia, where they both reside. Contributed photo

Big winners in the Missouri Lottery don’t often say they intend to give away all of the money they won.

But that’s what happened this week when Nancy Mathison and her fiancé, Eric Renzelmann, said they intended to give all of their $20,000 winnings to the owner of a Fulton production company where both of the winners work.

Both of them said they wanted to hand over the money to help their job security at the Fulton firm. They did not want to disclose the name of the business where they worked, because they believed the business was having financial problems.

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