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Lost wedding ring at Working Dog Winery found by Matt St.Germain
Lost wedding band in Surf City NJ found by Matt St.Germain
Earlier this afternoon i was contacted by Michael. He was at the beach and went into the water during high tide and was hit by a few waves and wound up losing his wedding band. I got the information i needed and headed out there right away to make the next low tide in hopes of being able to locate it. Once i got there Michael met me and showed me the area he was. I started my search and within about 15 minutes i had it! He was surprised and very happy! Another great ending!
Lost wedding ring in Surf City NJ found by Matt St.Germain
Earlier today I was tagged in a Facebook post about a lost wedding band. I promptly responded and was then messaged by Maggie. Her husband Danny was out on a kayak with one of their children and when they came back Danny and another family member went to flip the kayak over to carry it off the beach when Danny noticed something fall. At first he thought it was a shell but when they got back to the house he realized it must have been his wedding ring because it was no longer on his finger! I made arrangements to meet them this afternoon to conduct a search. They gave me an idea of where they entered the water and where they came out. There was a lot of people in the area but as they learned what had happened they very politely moved over as I searched. After about an hour and no luck I told them instead of continuing to ask people to move I would come back later after I finish this one last area that was open. During the 4th pass I got the sound I was waiting for. Sure enough I had it! I held it up in the air and yelled! They were so happy and surprised and everyone around us was amazed I had found it! Everyone was yelling and clapping with joy! Now they can continue enjoying the rest of the weekend with their children and family! I love this hobby!
Lost Engagement Ring in Long Branch NJ Found By Matt St.Germain/Dennis Burlingame
8/9/20 I was made aware of a lost engagement ring set by fellow ringfinder Edward Cropski. I promptly reached out to Nykia to gather more information on how it had been lost and where. She was at the beach with her husband Ryan and various family members. While she was in the water with her sister they both got hit by a big wave and were pushed into each other and knocked down. After getting out of the water she realized her ring was gone. The family searched frantically for hours digging around in the sand with their hands but it was nowhere to be found. I made arrangements with her to go out there the following day for the late afternoon low tide with my friend and also a ringfinder Dennis Burlingame. Her and her husband were planning to meet us there on their way back up north from AC. Me and Dennis got there a few hours before low tide and began our search. The waves were pretty bad but we had to try. I got right into the water to search the drop off while Dennis searched the bottom of the slope. I was getting knocked around pretty good and decided to get out and wait for the tide to go down some more. Dennis had gone back to my truck to use his phone for something important. While he was gone i decided to search the slope more and a bit higher up. Within about 10 minutes of searching there i got a very nice signal. After a few scoops i had Nykia’s ring in my scoop! As i was walking back up to the dry sand a woman had asked me if i found anything. I then told her yes i did, I found the ring i came here to look for that a woman had lost yesterday. She asked me if she could see it and so i showed it to her. She was amazed. At that very moment Nykia and Ryan walked up to me and realized “Oh my god you found it?!” They were blown away with Joy and surprise! I happily accepted the great big hug Nykia gave me!
They told me it was pretty much where she had fallen and the waves were much worse the day it happened. Another happy ending! I also had her Father Steve write me a very nice message that he said i can share with everyone so here it is:
SOMETIMES YOU GOT TO SHOUT OUT PRAISE REPORTS FROM ROOFTOPS.
So my daughter Nykia will celebrate her third year of marriage on September 3rd and celebrated her birthday this weekend. We all went to the beach on Sunday to close out the weekend of celebration. While in the water her engagement ring somehow came off (she somehow realized it was gone as she struggled to keep her wedding band from following it off into the sea). Needless to say we were all distraught for her. A beautiful weekend turned suddenly sour. We searched as best we could for it… to no avail. After a futile search and FERVENT PRAYER we all left the beach not in the frame of mind we had arrived with. The next morning Nykia went on line requesting info on how to find things lost on the beach or in the ocean at the Jersey shore. A person responded to her inquiry and put her in touch with another person who uses a metal detector to search beaches. This person asked pertinent questions about the location, time and description of the ring. He promised to search at low tide today. Nykia and her husband met him at the beach today only moments after his search ended at about 6pm. Much to her surprise he had found her ring and returned it without demanding a reward or finders fee. (WHAT) Of course they were overwhelmed and ecstatic. (HOW!) She said, “Dad I could not help but hug him.” He graciously accepted her hug. He remarked that no one does that especially during these Corvid 19 times. (ONLY GOD!) Of course they gave him something for his assistance.
NOW HERE IS THE PRAISE REPORT: GOD ANSWERS PRAYER. HE DISPATCHES ANGELS TO HELP HIS OWN IN IMPOSSIBLE SITUATIONS. THE RING WAS LOST IN THE OCEAN FULL OF WATER AND HUNDREDS OF MILLION OF GRAINS OF SAND. THE RING WAS FOUND. GOD SPECIALIZES IN THE IMPOSSIBLE.
DO YOU HEAR ME?
HE SPECIALIZES IN THE IMPOSSIBLE. THE WORD SAYS THAT IF YOU ASK ANYTHING IN HIS NAME HE WILL DO IT FOR YOU.
To Nykia’s angel, “Through the Grace of God you have blessed my daughter, my baby girl. I will forever be indebted to you for your thoughtfulness, your humility and your loving kindness. THANK YOU and BLESS YOU.
Lost Earring in Normandy beach NJ found by Matt St.Germain
On 8/5/20 I was contacted by Roshni. While she was in Normandy Beach visiting friends Donna and Brendon She was holding their 1 year old and accidently had a part of one of her earrings removed. Needless to say it disappeared in the sand around where they were sitting. Initially i was going to go out there before Isaias but the storm started much earlier than expected. So i went out there the next night and Met her friends since she was no longer in town. Her friend Brendon told me how many paces to walk and also around where he thought was the right area. After about 20mins if found it! Her friend Donna face timed her so we could give her the great news. She was very happy and thankful! Her friends were just as happy since they felt a bit guilty that it was their toddler that accidently caused it to be lost in the first place. All is well again!
Lost Miraculous medal in LBI NJ Found by Matt St.Germain
On 8/1/20 in the afternoon i was contacted by Brett on behalf of his son Trent. They had just arrived in LBI from Illinois and within the first few hours of being here Trent went out to the beach around high tide and his chain came apart when he walked into the water about knee/waist deep. He caught the chain but his Miraculous medal was gone. After speaking with him about the general area i made arrangements to meet them at the location for the night time low tide. Once there they showed me about where Trent was when he lost it. Then i determined where it would be best to start searching by getting an idea of how high the water was when he lost it. I was halfway into my second pass when i found it buried about 8″ in the slope! Brett and Trent couldn’t believe i found it but they were very happy i did! Another happy client!
Lost Charms in Point Pleasant NJ Found By Matt St.Germain
On July 25th I was contacted by Nancy. She had gone to the beach in Point Pleasant on the north end 3 days earlier to take photos of the birds at the sanctuary area when a storm starting coming in. As it began to rain she quickly started walking back to the car and as she was lifting her camera strap over her head she felt something break. She assumed it was the strap but then found out once in the car it was her necklace that broke. The chain wound up inside her shirt but her 4 charms were no where to be found. The next day a friend went back to the beach with her along with others to search for them with no luck. I drew up a search area based on her description and went from there. The first time I went I also had no luck. The heat was getting to me so I decided to call it a day and regroup. I spoke to Nancy again and worked on narrowing down the search area. She told me what I came up with is exactly right. My friend and fellow ringfinders was a bit concerned they may have already been found since this beach is hunted constantly by many detectorists. So I went there again that night and slowly gridded the entire area. As I came across the last palm tree I finally got a signal I was hoping for. Out came the first charm! Little by little about a foot apart I had found all four of them!! Nancy and her husband Joe were completely shocked that I had found them! And even more so they were happy and relieved! I love being able to surprise someone like this when they pretty much already wrote off their lost item. Another great day!
Lost Wedding Ring in Sea Bright NJ Found by Matt St.Germain/Dennis Burlingame
The client posted such a great story i decided to just share it here.
GOT MY RING BACK!! 🤯
Huge recommendation to Matt and Dennis @ TheRingFinders.com
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After losing my wedding ring in the ocean at Noon yesterday, while trying to teach Olivia to surf 🏄, I was truly devastated!
After a recommendation, I reached out to Jersey Shore Lost Ring Finder
(Matt & Dennis) on Facebook at about 6PM. Matt eagerly responded to the message and asked for picture and location.
With what I thought was still nearly Zero chance of being recovered, I figured it was worth a shot anyway for $35 (if not found).
As I was about to go to bed, I got a message at 10pm with a picture of my ring in their hand! I drove down and met them on the dark beach to get my ring and happily give a reward.
They were knee deep in the water (amongst the small sharks and stingrays) scanning with metal detectors when they found my ring in the water over 40 feet from the shore!!
Absolutely incredible! I never knew this type of service even existed, but now I want EVERYONE to know! If you ever lose something metal!! Look up these guys!! This world-wide🌎 network of treasure hunters is really something special.
Happy to have it back!! ✊🏽 @ Jersey Shore, New Jersey
Lost Heirloom Engagement ring in Lbi NJ Found by Matt St.Germain
6/24/19 I was made aware of a lost engagement ring ad by fellow ringfinder John Favno within 20mins of it being listed. I reached out to Jeffrey and Briana to see if I can help. Jeffrey got back to me quickly and explained it was lost in the dry sand on the 20th while visiting friends. A neighbor had tried to find it with his metal detector but unfortunately was unsuccessful. Once they gave me as much information as possible about where they were, I went out there two days later late at night to give it a try. After about 2.5hrs of searching I found it! They were so happy to hear it! As requested I left it with the local PD for them when they came back to the area. Another great day!