Tracy Santee, Author at The Ring Finders

Lost wedding ring FOUND in Jamison, PA

from Reading (Pennsylvania, United States)
Contact: 1-610-207-8677

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Brian called me and stated he lost his wedding ring while helping his mom cut back bushes and cleaning up leaves in her flower beds. While driving to church later in the day, he realized he did not have his ring on his hand. After returning to his moms house, they made a visual search of the yard as well as searching through approx. 10 large garbage bags of leaves and brush, but with no luck. After Brian’s call to me, I made arrangements to search the yard and after approx. 20 min. searching with my Garrett ATPro, I got a strong target signal of 61. As I moved the coil away, I saw the ring in the grass. Brian and his mom were watching from the house and ran outside when they saw my excitement.  Brian immediately took a photo of the ring on his finger and sent it to his wife.

I was so glad to make their day and return his ring before the holidays.

 

 

 

Lost wedding ring found in Nesquehoning, PA.

from Reading (Pennsylvania, United States)
Contact: 1-610-207-8677

Robert was helping his sister-in-law with yard work when he lost his wedding ring. It was a cold day and he stated it just fell off while burying a drain pipe in the yard.  This had been one week prior to the 2nd anniversary of his wife’s passing from cancer. His daughter-in-law contacted me through Ring Finders and I went to look for it. He told me it was a Silver Ring, so I discriminated out all iron and even gold on my ATPro. After looking for about 30min, something told me to remove the discrimination of gold. It then took me about 2 min to get a great signal in the gold range. After moving some dirt and stones, I found his ring. He just stood their in amazement when I handed him back his ring. I told him that even though it looks like silver, it is actually a white gold ring. Lesson learned and I was so happy that I could make is day during a difficult time for him. Why try to rent a metal detector when you can use RingFinders.

Tungsten wedding ring found near Allentown, Pennsylvania

from Reading (Pennsylvania, United States)
Contact: 1-610-207-8677

I was contacted by Jason asking if a metal detector could find a tungsten wedding band. He stated he lost it while playing football. He tried to find it himself with an “older” metal detector but agreed he did not know how to properly use it. I made arrangements to drive to Allentown to search for it on a Saturday, since this was at his work place. After searching for about an hour and covering about half the size of a football field, I got a loud hit, shallow depth, and found it in the grass. Both Jason and his wife were ecstatic to get his ring back as they have only been married for a short time. Don’t rent a metal detector when you can use a professional Ring Finder!

Metal detecting excitement in Allentown, Reading and Central Pennsylvania

from Reading (Pennsylvania, United States)
Contact: 1-610-207-8677

After a long winter season, I am excited to get back to metal detecting. While doing some research this winter, I came across the RingFinders.com website. After reviewing the service, I immediately knew I had to join. Because I thoroughly enjoy making people happy and I have been metal detecting for years, I knew this would be a perfect fit for me.

It began last summer when I was asked to find a friends wedding ring after loosing it in a field when he was going down a water slide. After about twenty minutes of searching with my ATPro,  I got a great hit and found his ring. It was so exciting to see his expression that it just made my day. I am now working on finding another ring that was lost last summer.

As a retired Air Force veteran, I am available almost anytime to travel and find your lost treasures. A potion of any monetary rewards that I receive will be donated to my church or the Crohns & Colitis Foundation. I look forward to the opportunity of reuniting people to their lost treasure in Central and Eastern Pennsylvania and beyond.