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Lost wedding ring in Lbi NJ found by Matt St.Germain
Lost gold pendant found by Matt St.Germain in Manahawkin NJ
Lost diamond wedding ring in LBI NJ found by Matt St.Germain
Recovery#12 for 2021
Earlier today I was contacted by fellow ring finder Derrick Hoffman about Kim’s lost ring. I made arrangements with her to meet her and her husband Dave on the beach in Lbi NJ near where the are staying. As Dave and I walked to the beach he explained to me how it happened. Kim had remover her ring and put it on her lap to apply sunblock and forgot it was there as the kids got her attention to play a game of paddle ball. When she realized it had fallen into the sand they reached out for help. They showed me where she was sitting and also where she was playing with the kids. Once they moved the umbrella’s I began my search. One swing and I got the signal I wanted to hear. Sure enough it was her ring! The whole family cheered and clapped with joy!. Another happy ending for the books! I love this hobby!
Lost rings in Manasquan NJ found by Matt St Germain
Recovery #10 for 2021
Earlier in the day I was contacted by Margie. While she was at the beach as high tide was coming in she ventured into the surf up to her chest. As she was trying to keep from getting knocked over by a wave her rings slipped off her finger. These rings are very special to her and her family. One is her late father’s wedding band and the other is her Late mother’s. Once I got the details I needed I went there during low tide and spoke to her again to make sure I was in the right area. I started gridding and slowly worked myw ay into deeper water. after about 1-1/2 hours in knee deep water I got the first tone I was looking for. Out came her father’s ring! Then almost a foot away another tone, Her Mother’s ring was now safe in my hands as well! I sent her a photo and then spoke to her on the phone. She was shocked that I found them but also very happy and relieved! I met her daughter 20 minutes later to give them back. She was also very happy to see them! I love it when a plan comes together!
Lost necklace in Ship Bottom NJ Found by Matt St.Germain
Lost wedding band recovered in Spring Lake NJ
Got a call from Judith asking if I could help find her husband Kevin’s wedding band. While playing volleyball with his kids his wedding band flew off his finger. They searched themselves but couldn’t find it. While searching another beach goer told them about Ring Finders from seeing me on the beach a few times before. They found me on line and called. I told her I’d be on my way and met up with them about 15 minutes or so later. I saw where they were searching and just off to the left side I found Kevin’s ring. They were so glad to get it back. A great happy ending for all. So glad I could help.
Lost Gold necklace in the ocean for one week at Seaside Park NJ found by Matt St.Germain
Recovery #9 for 2021
I was contacted by Charlie and his wife Susanne on Thursday July 15th. When they were visiting the beach in Seaside Park NJ, Charlie went into the water for a swim but he forgot to remove his necklace and wrap it around his wrist while holding the medallion like he usually does. As soon as he dove into a wave his necklace came up and over his head and disappeared into the surf. Charlie has been wearing this necklace for 40 years! Not long after, 3 guys came by while metal detecting and tried to help find it to no avail. Charlie left his contact with one of them (Keith Pederson, Who also recommended he calls the Ring Finders) Encase they find it. The other 2 searched for days but they still could not find it. One of them unfortunately had every intention of keeping it. Which is why I always tell people to be careful who they give information to and always make sure you call a professional with proven track record of returning lost items like us here at TheRingFinders.com! The necklace has now been out in the surf for a week. After getting the details I needed, I went out there the very next morning before sunrise to grid the whole slope of the beach as the tide goes out. Coming up empty handed I waited until the sun started coming up and proceeded to get into the water. The surf was a bit on the rough side but tolerable. As I walked along the drop off and turned around to go a bit into deeper water I heard a nice solid tone. I carefully dug it out with my scoop. Low and behold I had Charlie’s necklace!. I sent him and his wife a photo and got the reaction I never get tired of! They were so happy with joy that I found it!.