Big ring , zero visibility. (Fenton,Michigan)

from Hanover (Michigan, United States)
Contact: 1-517-990-2016

I was contacted by Greg Larabel and Dave Boyer who were unable to find a lost ring in Fowlerville Mi. The husband estimated the depth of the lost ring to be 3-4 foot, but was actually 6-7 foot. Greg and Dave did their best in the zero visibility windy conditions, but were unable to locate the ring, only because of the depth. These guys are very very effictive and have a nearly perfect track record!!! I was honored to help them as a diver!

After a 1.4 hour drive, I arrived at the residence to meet Tracy, the upset owner of the ring. The large wedding ring was given to her by her mother several years ago, before her passing.  The sentimental value of this ring was overwhelming. After assuring Tracy I’d do everything I could for her, I entered the muddy water to test my luck.

I began my search for the ring in 7 feet of weedy, silty dark water at the edge of the dock. There was zero visibility due to windy conditions and the soft silty bottom. Tracy waited anxiously on the dock as I surfaced several times with alluminum cans I located.

After approximately 10 minutes Tracy was over taken with emotions when she slipped the her mothers ring back on her finger. I absolutely love this job, and I look forward to the next one… THANK YOU TRACY AND JEFF!!!!

2 Replies to “Big ring , zero visibility. (Fenton,Michigan)”

  1. gregg larabel says:

    Thank you Craig for coming out on a moments notice. I am very proud of the network of Ringfinders we have in Michigan.

  2. Craig says:

    No problem at all, thank you for the call!!!

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