Amanda sent me a text later in the evening, asking about my services. Amanda and her husband Dave were at the beach, where she had removed her NJ State Trooper medallion necklace and placed it in the beach bag for safe keeping. She was extremely heartbroken, as she wore this every single day for over 20 plus years. After they returned home it was missing, so they backtracked every step with no luck. They also raked the entire area of the beach where they had set up their chairs and towels for the day. The only possible thing that could have happened was it came out during the day when Dave removed the car keys, and mistakenly fell into the sand. Amanda didn’t want me to come out late at night, but no way would I leave the necklace sit in the sand over night, and possibly disappear with the tide, or risk it being found by an suspecting beach comber. I met Dave at the beach within 30 min. and had Amanda’s necklace in the scoop just a short while later. Dave was in total disbelief I found it so fast, especially after they had done an extensive search prior to my arrival.
While sitting home I got a call from fellow RingFinder Matty St Germain asking if I could do a recovery in Sea Bright seeing he was already on his way to another. I called John at Sea Bright and told him i’d be there as soon as traffic would let me. Seem that while taking off his ring to put in his backpack to take a dip in the ocean, he pulled a little to hard and the ring flew off his finger into the sand. He tried to find it himself sifting through the sand with his fingers but with no luck. He had to leave the beach and had friends keep a eye on the spot they were sitting he even made a mound in the sand to mark the spot just in case, because he was planning on coming back down later in the day to look again for himself. But while home he found RingFinders on line and called Matty for help. I got to the beach and John took me to where he was sitting and I wasn’t having luck till I got to the mound of sand he made. I heard a light tone and kicked the sand around to flatten the mound some and the tone got louder and sure enough there was his ring. It was great to give John back his ring. The thing is you can always buy another ring but it just isn’t the same as the one that your spouse puts on your finger when married. Another Happy Ending…
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