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‘Ring Finders’ set out to find lost symbols of Love. 10TV – Columbus, OH
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‘Ring finders’ set out to find lost symbols of love
PUBLISHED: 02/15/19 01:59 PM EST by 10tv.com Columbus, OH
Naples Florida — Lost Ring in Sand Found and Returned
On January 4th of this year we received a phone call from Ron who had been vacationing in Naples Florida. Ron had lost his wedding band in the sand while enjoying a day at the beach. After returning home to California, Ron began searching the internet to see how to find a lost ring and came across our contact information. After discussing the location and area of the beach where the ring was lost, my wife and I headed out around sunset to begin our search. As there were several sunset watchers on the beach, we had to search around the watchers. After a short period of time and no success, the sun had set and people were slowly leaving the beach. With the beach area empty our search area had expanded and we went opposite directions in our search. It wasn’t long until my wife heard that sweet gold tone from her detector. One scoop of sand and the ring was revealed in the bottom of her scoop.
After returning to the car, we were happy to text a picture of the ring to Ron who verified it was his ring. We made arrangements to mail the ring back to him and he received the ring a few days later. The picture we just received below shows how happy he is to have his ring back.
Lost Ring Omaha Ne…Found!
I received a text from a gentleman who said he lost his wedding band, a nice 14k white gold band in his driveway while he was snow blowing. He tried to find it with a rented detector but had no luck, he was out of options when he look me up and decided he needed professional help. I said yes I can be there on valentines day to see if i can find it. His story is he put his ring in his pocket for safe keeping but also had a baby monitor in the same pocket well as he pulled out the monitor the ring came with it. He then blew the ring into the yard. I look the yard over and saw were he had went back and forth many times so I thought this might prove difficult and set in to searching. But thanks to my 30 some years of experience I had the ring within 10 minutes. The wind today was blowing a crazy 25 miles per hour and very cold but I felt his pain and was not going to give up. He was very happy to see that I had found it and stated he was very indebted to me for finding it. im just glad to have been a part of a valentine day rescue!!!
Lost Gold Wedding Band in Surrey/Langley…Found!
Victim #3 (Lost Ring) due to recent snow storm… I got another call from Royal who told me that he possibly lost his ring while he was scraping snow off his truck. He said there was a possibility it may have been lost in his house, but him and his wife searched his place pretty thoroughly and could not find it. He was at work when he called and asked me if there was a chance I could come down and meet him so he could show me where he was parked. It was bothering him so much at work thinking it maybe on the road somewhere.
I told him I’d come out right away to help him search for his lost ring. Anytime a ring his lost in the snow on the side of the road, its important to get there as quickly as possible to make sure the ring is not driven away by someones truck tire tread. Also you want to make sure you beat the snow plow as it can push a ring hundreds of yards down the road, into a pile of the snow.
I met Royal a short time later at his place, he showed me where his truck was parked and also where he went to another vehicle and where he walked from the house to that vehicle. I started my search where he was scraping the snow off of his work truck, still no ring. I started to grid search from the vehicle furthest away towards his truck, as I passed by the truck that he was scraping the snow off …Bang! found it. Very close to the road!
You can watch the video and see the surprise look on his face when I showed him his ring! He had already given up the thought of finding it as it was already 30 minutes into the search.
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Lost Ring in the Snow – Gig Harbor
My name is Jeff. I joined the ringfinders to help people find lost rings, jewelery etc If you need help contact me at Jeff.Schneider@theringfinders.com
LOST WEDDING BAND IN LAKE CHARLES, LA. – FOUND
Susan called to ask for help in finding her husband’s lost tungsten wedding band. It was slung off his wet finger a month before when opening their camper door. Carrie and I left the next day for the 70 mile trip. On arriving, we found the grassy search area to be small in the RV lot. We began the search of the lot. Next to the grassy area was a fenced area for a water system. Sid hunted the fenced area facing the RV. After 2 hours of searching and re-searching the yard and rock driveway, we had not found the ring. Susan, Carrie and Sid had gathered up near the rear side of the water system to discuss the next step when Carrie saw a sparkle from the rocks around the water system. In plain view laying on the rocks was the ring. Lost items are not always where you expect them to be. After the happy trio took pictures, we were on our way back home. Thank you, Susan, for your generous reward.
TheRingFinders of Melbourne Florida he is more than just a treasure hunter he is a treasure finder!
If you’ve lost your ring or some other metal object, give me a call or text. I charge a small site visit fee of $35.00 for land and $ 75.00 for SCUBA, if I except the challenge and we agree on the finder’s fee and I donate 75% of the proceeds to the local animal shelter, this is me giving back to the community. I have been metal detecting many years in the North East, I moved to Florida in 2010 to become a treasure hunter on the 1715 and 1733 fleets. (you can say that was a dream come true for me.)
I haven’t been good about keeping my blog posts up to date. Since joining RingFinders I’ve recovered 33 items (as of Jan 20, 2019) for some very happy customers that never thought they would see their valuable items again. Beaches are my specialty as is shallow water, yards, parks and angry spouses throwing rings, and everything in between. I will search anyplace with the owner’s permission or where legal.
My most recent find was a young girl at the Florida Institute of Technology was doing wedding photos on a wooden bridge and lost her grandmothers wedding ring someplace in the 300-foot swamp that was below. After two bags of trash and 90 minutes later we had success. Needless to say he has been a very happy customer sense.
Lost Keys… Found in Iowa City, Iowa
A woman named Amy contacted me about her lost keys. They were lost in her alley area after she helped a neighbor get his car unstuck from the snow. She thought they may have fallen out of her coat pocket when they were shoveling snow or pushing the car.
I arranged to meet her on Jan. 25th in the morning. When I arrived she showed me the area where she thought they could be. I started the search on one corner of the area and almost immediately got a decent signal.
Lost Man’s Gold Wedding Ring in Columbus, OH. “FOUND”
I received an email about a lost man’s gold wedding ring lost in the snow. We just received about 4 inches of the snow the night before. The ring was lost while removing the snow from the car and shoveling. The ring was somewhere in two snow plies around the cars in the driveway. I was able to come and perform the search the same day. I flatten down the first pile with no luck, then the second pile I got a good beep. Pen pointing closer to the hard snow ball and there was the ring inside. They were very happy to have the ring returned to them. I continued with a prayer and a blessing over this couple.