Dads ring found and returned Allentown NH

  • from Boston (Massachusetts, United States)

I got a text message Christmas day from a lady who lost her dads wedding band, a ring she wears daily to remember him by. This morning when the sun came up enough to see I set off to a small town about 28 miles North of home. Patti told me she was out discharging the snow from her roof when after taking off her gloves she noticed the memento was gone. I could see the pain in her eyes as she shared the details with me, so I promptly grabbed my Teknetics T2 and started to work. I got three or four 68 to 76 hits on my machine before I got a nice solid and repeatable 52! 52 left. 52 right. 54 up. 52 down. LOL You get the picture. Pattie was inside getting a pot of hot water so I called to her and ask that she set it down and come do the honors, and she joyfully did. Her dads ring is now back where it belongs and no water was wasted. I Love my job Guys and Gals!!!! Merry Christmas and HAPPY NEW YEAR.

One Reply to “Dads ring found and returned Allentown NH”

  1. Patti says:

    Guy Fuller is the hero of the day, at least to me. My parents married in October of 1959. Not only were they husband and wife, they were best friends. I am the youngest of five children and couldn’t ask for better parents. I lost my Mom in September of 2008, and my Dad in February of 2016. As promised, I was given the engagement and wedding rings. These became my most prized possessions. Well, yesterday afternoon – Christmas of all days – I had lost my Dad’s ring while using a roof rake to remove snow from my roof. I frantically searched through the snow (with tears running down my face) until it was to dark to see. I began searching the internet for a place to rent a metal detector and even looked into buying one just to find the ring. I came across and found Mr. Fuller, who was fairly close. I immediately sent him an e-mail explaining what happened and left my phone number. I didn’t want to call since it was Christmas after all. He called me that night and said he could probably come up in the morning to help and he did. After some detecting, we marked a couple of spots and he asked me to go get some hot water to melt some of the snow. I went in, got some water and by the time I stepped back outside he said “you can put that down.” As I walked over to him and looked down, there was the ring. I picked it up, and the water works started again. I gave him a hug and just couldn’t thank him enough. You have no idea what these rings mean to me. I can’t tell you how grateful I am for this site and especially for Guy Fuller for finding my Dad’s ring!! Thank you, thank you, thank you soooo much!!!!


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