Lost 18 year FedEx Safety Ring Madisonville, Texas (found) by John Volek

  • from Sugar Land (Texas, United States)


I received a call from Lamar regarding his lost 18 year safety ring from FedEx. Lamar said the ring was lost in his pond (tank) on his property in Madisonville, Texas

Lamar said, he had originally contacted Travis Batson from “The Ring Finders” College Station to come out and look for the ring. Lamar said, Travis searched for the lost ring in the pond for a little over two hours, it was determined that the ring was in deeper water.

Lamar said following that attempt, he directed Travis to an area near his home where he had lost his wedding ring a little over 5 years ago. Lamar said a short time later, Travis called him over and handed him his lost wedding ring. Lamar said he was amazed how deep the ring had settled into the ground, and Travis’ ability to find it.

Lamar said,  Travis had recommended giving me a call for an underwater recover attempt.


I made the trip out to Lamar’s home in Madisonville, you can see from the smile, we had a good day!

Check out the video, I missed recording the actual recovery, but the end results are clear.



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Thanks, Travis


Equipment Used:

Excalibur !!

New SNUBA  dive equipment

Underwater Search Grid





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One Reply to “Lost 18 year FedEx Safety Ring Madisonville, Texas (found) by John Volek”

  1. Nick Richards says:

    Great find John. Looks like you love the mud as much as I do 😊

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