Maria Was walking her two dogs at Royal Beach on Wednesday March 8th 2023. She stopped to take her boots off and dump the sand. She continued down the beach and discovered her ring was missing. She searched and had others search with no luck. After a web search Maria found me and we arranged a search. It only took 5 minutes and she had the ring back. I love my job.
Jordy and his son Kent were spreading a load of wood chips and Jordy lost his wedding ring. Kent reached out to me and Wednesday I planned to search. Within 20 minutes of arriving the Ring was back where it belongs.
I love my job, another successful Ring search and recovery.
August 19th I get a phone call from an out of Province phone number, it is Peter and he has lost his wedding ring at East Sooke Park Beach.
We arranged to meet at about 7PM Peter told me his family was on the sandy beach and as they left he shook out the towels. Soon after he noticed no wedding ring. They were visiting from Calgary Alberta and were heading home on Saturday.
I arrived and Peter showed me the area with an X on the beach. I started the search and within 5 minutes I had Peter’s ring back.
I love my job.
Dave called me at 2:30 pm today and told me the story about loosing his deceased Fathers Gold wedding Ring. He was walking his dog yesterday and swatted a mosquito and felt the ring come off. Dave searched until night fall with no luck. The next morning he searched again. At this point he knew he needed help. After an internet search he called me and within 15 minutes Dave had his ring back.
I love my job.
Caitlin called me and asked if I would search for a ring that Carly lost at a local park.
Carly is my sister in law, Caitlin told me and she wanted to surprise Carly with the recovered ring.
She was at the park with her kids and nephew and put the ring in her pocket to apply sunscreen on them. She forgot that she had done that and it must have fallen out while playing at the playground.
She searched the day of with a couple other friends who were at the park with her and the kids. I also went with my kids the same day and looked, with no luck.
On the day I surprised her with it she had actually gone back that morning to look again while her kids played (of course, by this time you had already found it!)
It was a ring my brother had given her many years ago.
I love my job, nice to locate this ring so a caring sister-in-law could return a lost treasure
Kevin was at work placing a new culvert under the road. He was completing the clean-up and removing branches from the creek bed. After discovering his wedding ring of 25 years was missing he searched and searched. Having no luck his wife found me on the internet and convinced him to contact me. Note this ring was his fathers, so a very very special ring.
Kevin contacted me and we met up after my work shift and within 15 minutes he had his ring back were it belongs.
I love my job.
Kevin texted hours later to say “Don, I can’t tell you how happy I am that you found my ring.
I wish you all the best.
August 7th Janice was watering plants on her deck when the chain that had her parents wedding rings and her brothers St. Christopher, came undone. She grabbed for it and caught two of the five items. Janice went under the deck and was able to recover all but her Mother’s engagement ring. This ring is very special as her mother passed April of last year.
Janice reached out and even tried to rent a metal detector. her sister talked to a friend of mine and we connected.
After a 25 minute search, bingo I found it, one very HAPPY LADY.
I love my Job
Fathers Day June 21 2020 Nemat was playing Volleyball at Gyro Park in Victoria. After a while he discovered his 18 K Wedding Ring was gone. Everyone searched with no luck. He called me at 11:55 and asked if I could help. At 3:15 I arrived at the park and started to do a grid search. 20 minutes later Nemat had his ring back. Great ending for Father’s Day. I love my job.
Duncan was at the Hospital with his 5 week old baby. About 3AM he was heading home and was cleaning the snow off his car and brushed his hands on his pants to get warm and to remove the snow from his hands. He felt and heard his ring come off. He searched and with no luck he contacted me. I arrived at 1 PM and by 2:00 he was wearing his ring once again. It was under a snow pile and was stuck to the pavement.
I love my Job
Craig was working in his yard raking leaves. After he came inside he discovered he lost his Custom Wedding Ring. After renting a detector and having no luck, he searched the internet and contacted me. I arranged to meet him and after less than 1 hour, Craig had his ring back.
An awesome ending, I love my job.