Ring Lost On Treasure Island , Recovered By Srarc
Mark and Amber were down from Pittsburg to visit family and friends, and to enjoy the beach from their seaside condo. Amber was mossing a defender in an intense game of football in waist-deep water, and soon after discovered that her beautiful wedding ring was no longer on her finger! The group snorkeled for hours trying to recover Amber’s precious ring. The couple started to lose hope and were already discussing a replacement ring when they returned to Pennsylvania, when a bypasser suggested they look up Ringfinders on the internet. They found the site and were directed to the Suncoast Research and Recovery Club. Mark and Amber contacted SRARC vice president Joe Szemer, who made arrangements for a hunt with metal detectors. Club members Bill Gallant, Ed Osmar, and Mike Shuler responded and started gridding the area. After about 45 minutes of searching, an emotional Amber was able to pick her ring out of the scoop and place it back on her finger! We’re glad Mark and Amber will be able to fully enjoy the rest of their visit!