Andrew sent an e-mail to me on September 16th and asked for my help to find his wedding ring. He works on an organic farm and had lost his wedding ring while picking potatoes a day earlier. Andrew dug through the soil for over two hours with no luck. His boss told him that he may find someone who could help on the internet. Andrew found my information on The Ring Finders website. I met him at the farm on September 17th and located his ring in about ten minutes. Andrew was so excited to have his wedding ring back, particularly since he had only been married for two months.
Last Tuesday, Christine was walking a trail through a wooded area in Seekonk MA with her two daughters. In a clearing near the path, she bent to brush off her daughter’s jacket, and her wedding band and diamond ring flew off of her hand. They were lose as she had lost some weight. Christine thought the rings had flown into leaves and brush that surrounded the clearing. After searching the area, she couldn’t find either ring. That evening, Christine and her husband, Bright, located me on the internet at theringfinders.com, and Bright called me for help. The next day I met the couple in the area and had Christine reenact what had happened the previous day. I determined that the rings had probably not flown into the brush and leaves but were on the ground in the clearing where they were lost. Sure enough, Bright found her diamond ring on the ground in the clearing. Immediately after, I was able to locate her wedding band. It was a pleasure to help this couple and to see the rings back on Christine’s finger where they belong.
On February 8, 2015, I received a call from Steve regarding his lost wedding ring. He explained that he had lost the ring while cleaning out the gutters and shoveling at his home. Steve searched desperately for hours and even borrowed a metal detector from a family member, but he had no luck. He decided to consult the internet to see if there was anyone who could help him. Steve located me on The Ring Finders website, noting that I had recently found a military school ring in the snow. He contacted me during a snowstorm to see if I could help. I decided to go to his home immediately for fear that the new snow would only make the search more difficult. I located Steve’s wedding ring in fifteen minutes under a few inches of snow. Steve, and his wife, were amazed and very happy to have the ring back.
On Valentine’s Day, I received a telephone call from Kelley, a fellow employee, explaining that she had lost her keys in the company’s parking lot somewhere in the snow. It was my day off, and another employee suggested that she call to see if I could help. The company has huge parking lots, so I was concerned that it may have been plowed into one of the huge mounds of snow, but I agreed to give it a shot. I searched three areas of the parking lot where she thought she may have dropped the keys without any luck. Finally, I searched around a light pole in the parking lot and found the set of keys. Kelley said it was the best Valentine’s Day present she could have received!
A week ago, Michelle contacted me because her husband had lost a set of car keys somewhere on their property. Unfortunately, they were lost prior to a snowstorm, which dropped over two feet of snow in our area. Michelle’s husband was doubtful that I would be able to find the keys and had already had the car towed to a local dealership. This was the only set of keys she and her husband had for the car, and they needed the car to get to work. After searching the property on three separate occasions, I located the keys buried in a large mound of snow. Michelle was happy to get the keys back and to prove her husband wrong!
Yesterday evening, I received a call from Tempest, who asked if I could come to her home right away to search for her diamond wedding band. She explained that she and her husband, Will, had been searching for the ring and couldn’t find it. Tempest had seen my information on the internet while on Craigslist so she was familiar with The Ring Finders service. My wife and daughter accompanied me to assist with the search, and we arrived at Tempest’s home at 8:30 PM. Her husband, Will, explained that their three-year-old daughter had thrown the wedding band out the window, tryng to throw it to her mother. Unfortunately, neither Tempest nor Will knew exactly where the ring had landed. We searched the yard first and expanded the search to the neighbor’s yard, sidewalk, and street. After searching for two hours, my daughter, Emily, found the ring about forty feet from the house. Tempest’s daughter promised never to do that again!
Two days ago, Marissa and Dave set out for a nice day of kayaking at the ocean. The day quickly took a turn for the worse when Marissa lost her diamond engagement ring in a river running off of the ocean. She jumped out of the kayak and frantically searched for the ring, but it had disappeared. Surprisingly, it was Dave’s family in California who located me on the internet and suggested they call. When I received Marissa’s desperate telephone call, I immediately headed for the beach. It was late afternoon when I started the search, but daylight and the tide were against me. I searched for four and a half hours, unsuccessfully. I was not giving up. I returned the next day, expanded my search, and found the ring in fifteen minutes, buried underwater in a few inches of sand. Words cannot express how happy Marissa is to have her beautiful ring back!
I received a call from Lisa after she had lost her diamond wedding band while vacationing with her husband in their favorite RI fishing and camping spot. She contacted me through The Ring Finders website. Lisa had been collecting quahogs in a marshy area of a salt water pond, digging them with her bare hands from a raft. When she finished, she realized that she had lost her ring somewhere in the mucky bed of the pond. Lisa’s husband, Erik, led me to the remote area in the hopes of recovering his wife’s ring; however, Lisa did not hold out much hope of ever seeing the ring again. After searching for five hours and just before we were ready to leave, I found the ring in my last scoop of the day. I put the ring in my pocket, not letting on that it had been located. After reaching the shore, I pulled out the assorted junk I had dug up. The last item I revealed was the ring. Lisa and Erik were ecstatic! They could not believe that it had been found! Bringing such happiness to this nice couple quickly made the long search worthwhile.