Men's wedding ring recovered at Oval Beach, Saugatuck, Michigan

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photo (11)Ben S. called me today while I was watching my grandson, Chase, win the Junior Gold Bowling Championship at Westgate Bowl in Comstock Park, MI.

Ben who lives in Fort Wayne, IN, was visiting his grand parents who live in Kalamazoo, MI and they spent the day at Oval Beach in Saugatuck, MI. Ben was passing a ball to his brother while standing in 3 feet of water when all of a sudden the ball and his Tungsten wedding band went sailing. Ben was aware of the location of the ring and was able to give me a good description as to where it went into the water. The fresh water lake was relatively calm and cool so there were a lot of beach goers there, I figured it would be a nice day to search.

After about 10 minutes in the water I found a silver ring but not Ben’s so I carried on and the next hit was Ben’s Tungsten wedding band. I have included a picture of Ben’s ring and the small silver ring that I found just before his ring. Ben was not there but will receive his ring next Saturday so I will edit this story with a picture of him and the ring.

Ben’s aunt Ellen and nephew showed up today to pick up his ring for him so I thought I would add to the travels of his ring. I asked her to give me a pic of Ben when he receives the ring so another posting will be coming with the end of the ring travels complete.FOT7EA6FOT683F After 3 weeks of traveling around Michigan and Indiana, the ring has finally been given to Ben and here is his 1 (1)photo 2 (2)

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3 Replies to “Men’s wedding ring recovered at Oval Beach, Saugatuck, Michigan”

  1. Nice conditions to do a search. Look forward to the update.

  2. Ellen says:

    We are SO grateful for your finding the ring … a real answer to prayer for our family! Ben and Aimee will be thrilled to get it back!
    Will let you know when we get it to them … 🙂

  3. Benjamin S says:

    Thank you do much! The ring finally made it to me yesterday.

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