Terry Causey, Author at The Ring Finders

Lost ring in Indianapolis

from Greenwood (Indiana, United States)
Contact: 1-317-903-6459

I received a call on Sunday morning the 8th of Dec 2019.  Mr. Jon B told me he had been cleaning his gutters out the day before and saw his wedding band was missing before he had even finished the job.  He told me he had searched the leaves around his house but failed to find the ring because the leaves were very thick from all the trees around his house. I showed up Sunday afternoon and after several hours finally located his ring. Mr. Jon B wrote this nice message back to me that evening.  “I lost my wedding band while cleaning gutters and hanging holiday lights. We looked for a long time but with all the leaves down we weren’t having any luck. The next day we contacted Terry. He answered right away and got on his way. When he arrived he got right to work, searching for nearly two hours. I was feeling pretty dejected, but Terry wasn’t giving up. He suggested grabbing rakes and stirring up the leaves. Terry raked too before picking up his metal detector again. About 5 minutes later, he found it for me. I’m very appreciative!” A happy man and wife!

 

 

 

Lost ring in Bargersville Indiana

from Greenwood (Indiana, United States)
Contact: 1-317-903-6459

I received a call several days ago about a young lady that had lost her ring in grass at her home. She was running after  her dog when the ring slipped off her finger. She had friends over with metal detectors and they looked the area over but failed to find the ring. I showed upon Monday morning and started my search and hunted about an hour but failed to find the ring. Taking a short break I decided to search the rest of the yard in hopes of finding the ring. About ten minutes into that search I got a good signal on my metal detector and there deep in the grass was her ring. A happy lady  that got her ring back today when she had about given up hope!

Terre Haute couple loses wedding ring

from Greenwood (Indiana, United States)
Contact: 1-317-903-6459

I got a call the other day and Susan A. said that her wedding ring had been lost in their yard several days earlier. They even bought two metal detectors themselves and searched in vain. Then looking on line they came across The Ring Finders. Giving me a call, I was able to go out the next day. It had rained hard the day before and the couple were concerned the rain would make it had to find the ring. They showed me the area where they thought the ring might be. I searched over a hour with no luck. Michael A. came out and explained that the ring may be further out in the yard. Another twenty minutes hunting and I was able to find the ring in the grass! Susan was so happy she almost cried and could not tell me how thankful she was. Once again I was able to help a nice couple locate a lost ring

Lost Rings found in Martinsville, Indiana

from Greenwood (Indiana, United States)
Contact: 1-317-903-6459

I received a call last week from a young lady in Martinsville, Indiana about twenty miles southwest of Indianapolis. She told me that she was having pictures taken of her with her kids in the edge of their yard. They have a lot of trees and the leaves were falling and covered the area she where she lost both of her wedding rings. She and her husband had used a metal detector and failed to find the rings. Looking on line she found the Ring Finders and gave me a call. I went out the first day in the pouring rain and looked for about an hour and a half and failed to find them. She was sure the rings were in that area so I returned two days later to try again. Within the first ten minutes I found the wedding band under the leaves. I called the lady and she came running out to where I was. The smile on her face when I gave her the wedding band was a sight to see!  I started hunting again and within two minutes found her engagement ring in the edge of the woods behind a fallen log! Seems the kids were picking up leaves and throwing them and must have picked up the rings with the leaves and threw them into the woods.