Captiva Island, FL: Texas A&M University Class Ring Found & Returned to Owner

  • from Sanibel Island (Florida, United States)

Albert contacted us regarding his lost class ring that had great sentimental value.  The following is the success story in Albert’s own words:

“I contacted Craig and Stephanie after my prized class ring slid off my finger into the Gulf of Mexico at a Captiva Island beach.  I was throwing a football with a family friend on October 1, 2016 when my ring slid off into the water.  Myself and 3 others searched for an hour or so in the murky water and were unable to locate my ring.  The ring was my class ring from Texas A&M University and was given to me by my mother before I moved away for work.  The ring had an immense amount of sentimental value to me.

I returned home to Texas on Monday and thought all hope was lost.  Tuesday, October 3, 2016, I was talking with a co-worker about the incident and he said ‘Oh yeah, there is this site of people that will search for your lost rings’.  I was initially hesitant, but I decided to take a chance and contact Craig.  His response was immediate and professional.  Within a few moments of talking with Craig, I realized that my ring would be searched for diligently and thoughtfully and my hesitations disappeared.  Several hours later, I received a text from Craig with a picture of my ring!  They had managed to recover my ring several days later in 3-4 feet of water!

In closing, Craig and Stephanie have returned a piece of myself.  My ring means the world to me.  And they did it in such a professional and caring manner.  They communicated the whole time, worked hard, and even did the extra little things!  What an amazing pair of people.  They are simply the best type of people out there for the service they provide!”



One Reply to “Captiva Island, FL: Texas A&M University Class Ring Found & Returned to Owner”

  1. Chris says:

    Whoop! Great find Craig! Directory members are awesome! I am proud to be a member!

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