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Finding lost ring can save a marriage! Ocean City NJ

from North Wildwood (New Jersey, United States)
Contact: 1-215-850-0188


Lost Wedding Ring Found Ocean City, NJ

from North Wildwood (New Jersey, United States)
Contact: 1-215-850-0188

I received a message from Dave on my Ring Finders South Jersey page stating that he lost his wedding band.  I contacted him immediately and arrived at the beach shortly after.  After speaking with Dave about where the lost ring might be, the search was on!  The ring was found and returned after a quick grid search near the water’s edge!!!  The couple is now able to enjoy the rest of their vacation in Ocean City, New Jersey!


Ring Lost in Beach Sand Found & Returned — Clam Pass, Naples, FL

from Sanibel Island (Florida, United States)

I received a phone call from a gentleman who had lost his platinum ring at Clam Pass Beach Park in Naples.  After searching for hours with no success, he decided to give me a call.

I was able to arrange my schedule to head to the location with my wife rather quickly.

After arriving at the area on the beach and getting a description of what happened and how the ring was lost, I told my wife she should try out her new metal detector for a bit before I turned mine on as the search area was small and the beach was crowded.  After only ten minutes and my wife’s second target she got a great signal.  After digging down about 6 to 8 inches, the ring was in her sand scoop.  The ring was returned and all were happy to be part of another successful ring recovery!


Silver Ring Lost in Naples , FL Found & Returned to Owner

from Sanibel Island (Florida, United States)

On Sunday, July 5, 2015 we received a call from Kelly Sullivan asking for our help in finding a ring she lost in the warm Gulf waters off the coast of Lowdermilk Park in Naples.  She had been swimming the night before at low tide, so we made arrangements to meet her later in the evening at low tide.

Upon arrival, Kelly explained that the ring had extreme sentimental value to her and would mean so much to her to get it back.  With thunder and lightning in the near distance, we knew we had a short window of opportunity to find the ring.

Kelly, my wife and myself all headed out into the water to begin the search.  Kelly directed us to the general area where she thought the ring would be.  My wife and I split up into different areas and began our search.  Within about 15 -20 minutes, my wife pulled up a ring in the scoop. An ecstatic Kelly verified that it indeed was her ring.  We quickly exited the water as the thunderstorm was upon us.

We are so happy we could bring some joy back to Kelly by reuniting her and the ring!
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