Tony Reese, Author at The Ring Finders

Ring recovered large beach area – North Bend, NE

from Omaha (Nebraska, United States)
Contact: 1-712-310-1349

This was not the owner of the ring but a great smile none the less.  Ring was on towel and lost when towel was shaken to remove sand.  Search time: 20 mins

Ring lost sand volleyball court – Omaha, NE

from Omaha (Nebraska, United States)
Contact: 1-712-310-1349

Another ring lost during sand volleyball. Search time: 15 min

 

Ring lost during sand volleyball league.

from Omaha (Nebraska, United States)
Contact: 1-712-310-1349

Ring lost during sand volleyball league.  Searched in between games and finally located on other side of net.  Search time: 1 hour

 

Ring lost during volleyball league Omaha, NE

from Omaha (Nebraska, United States)
Contact: 1-712-310-1349

Ring lost during evening volleyball league.  Search time: 10 min

Ring recovered from small private lake – Valley, Ne

from Omaha (Nebraska, United States)
Contact: 1-712-310-1349

Ring lost while swimming.  Quickest water recovery ever, one swing and ring was found.  Search time: 5 min

 

Ring lost while playing basketball.

from Omaha (Nebraska, United States)
Contact: 1-712-310-1349

Lost by driveway when playing basketball.  Search time: 15 min

Ring lost while cleaning yard – Omaha

from Omaha (Nebraska, United States)
Contact: 1-712-310-1349

Ring lost while cleaning yard.  Search time: 15 minutes

Ring found after snowstorm Omaha

from Omaha (Nebraska, United States)
Contact: 1-712-310-1349

Ring lost in yard after snowstorm.  Search: 5 minutes

Ring lost while sledding Omaha Ne

from Omaha (Nebraska, United States)
Contact: 1-712-310-1349

Ring lost while sledding on with children. First search was done during snowstorm (2 hours.)  Snow melted within a couple days, so I recruited help due to large search area. Ring was found during third search.  Total search time:  6 hours

2nd Ring Recovered in a week, lost for 5 years in Omaha, NE

from Omaha (Nebraska, United States)
Contact: 1-712-310-1349

This is also a co-worker of mine that I have been bugging for nearly a year to do a search for his lost ring that he had mentioned.   He wasn’t sure where he lost it but assumed it was during a game of catch with his son in the yard nearly 5 years ago (2009.)  It was until I recovered another lost ring for a another co-worker that had also been lost for nearly 5 years.   He was pretty sure that it would be in a small area next to the driveway.  After going over that several times with no luck we moved to the back yard.  It’s actually a pretty good size yard, figured it would take about 3-4 hours to go over it quickly.  Luckily about half way down the 3rd pass came across a signal that was right in the pull tab range but was a good solid consistent signal.   Dug a fairly shallow plug flipped it over and there it was, I looked over my should at him and he had a look of disbelief on his face.