Closure searches are sometimes the most difficult.

  • from Greenville County (South Carolina, United States)

Closure searches are the most difficult. I received a call several weeks ago from a  family that had lost their son in a fatal car accident. They wanted me to try the find a pendent that they thought their son was wearing on the day he lost his life.    They wanted to be sure the pendent wasn’t lost during the accident or when medical workers where on site.

I drove the 70 miles to the location where the accident took place and searched for several hours with no luck.

One thing I was able to give them was closure and peace of mind that the pendent was not at the accident site.  As a parent I couldn’t imagine my son or daughter dying. I was humbled they picked me to do this job for them even though other finders were closer. So ringfinders if you get a call like I did and someone needs your help. Go do it and bring some peace to someones life.. Thanks for your time.


3 Replies to “Closure searches are sometimes the most difficult.”

  1. Stanley Ross says:

    I once had a call from a lady that said she had worried for Four years, that her ring was in her back yard.. My grid search of the yard gave her a little peace of mind.. Sense then I very seldom pass up a chance to do a closure search.

  2. Jim Wren says:

    That had to be a tough one, but they picked the right guy to try.

    TRF N. Myrtle Beach, SC

  3. John Volek says:

    Well Done!


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