Platnium and Diamond ring found and returned in Westwood Massachusetts

  • from Plymouth (Massachusetts, United States)

I received an email from a gentleman a week or so before Thanksgiving,  asking if i may be able  to find his wife’s engagement ring that she lost while doing yard work,or if i knew someone in his area that could. Westwood is about an hour or so from me so i said that on Saturday after Thanksgiving i would come up and try to find it,he said his wife knows right where it should be. We made arrangements for me to meet his wife in front of there house on that Saturday. I arrived at 10:05am and she brought me to the back yard where she had a pile of leaves,she said she lost it in a leaf bag so she dumped it under her deck and that’s where it will be. After scanning it for a few minutes, i told her i was confident that the ring wasn’t there. Her faced dropped. I looked on the side of her deck and saw a small pile of leaves and scanned it and BINGO there was the engagement ring. I looked over to her and her back was to me, so i walked over and tapped her on the shoulder and said i  hope this makes your  holiday’s better as i held out the ring. She started shaking a little and the gave me a huge hug and said thank you. After a couple pictures we said our goodbye’s.

One Reply to “Platnium and Diamond ring found and returned in Westwood Massachusetts”

  1. Kent Blethen says:

    Here is an email from Marisa:

    Hi, Kent! Hope you’re doing well. I’m sorry I haven’t sent the story yet. I tried to post it on the website, but couldn’t figure out how to do so.

    Thanks again for everything!!! Here’s my story:

    I lost my engagement ring while raking at my mother’s house. I felt it come off into the bag of leaves I was using, but then couldn’t find it after multiple rounds of sifting through the leaves despite knowing where it had fallen.

    My husband found Ring Finders – and Kent – through a quick google search. When Kent came to my mother’s house to retrieve the ring, one of the first things he said was: “It’s almost never where people think it is.” Indeed.

    Kent was super friendly, efficient, and competent. He did a thorough search of where I thought the ring would have been, in the pile of leaves I’d emptied from the bag. After 10 minutes of concentrated searching, he said, “I’m confident the ring’s not in this area.”

    He began searching another area close by. I was looking in a third area, and mentally beginning to freak out, when I Kent said, “I hope you have a happy new year,” and dropped the ring into the palm of my hand.”

    Delight! Relief! Joy! I hugged Kent. And then my mother. And then my husband when I got home.

    Thank you, Kent and Ring Finders!

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