Quick Ring Recovery On Pass-A-Grille Beach, Florida
Maria was at Pass-A-Grille Beach with family enjoying a hot July day when she suddenly felt her ring slip off her finger! Thinking quickly, Maria asked her cousin to stand where she thought she dropped the ring as the others tried to find it. Having no luck, Maria searched “lost ring help” and located SRARC on the Internet. Maria asked the cousin to stay in the water while she contacted team member, Stan Flack. Stan passed Maria’s phone number on to Joe Szemer. After speaking to Maria, Joe geared up and was at the beach within 30 minutes. Searching near the patient cousin, Joe decided to slightly expand the area and found the ring in just a few minutes. Everyone was elated with hugs and high fives all the way around! Nicely done, Joe!
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On December 29, 2013 Ryan Law was out playing with his dogs at a school football field that was near his house. During this play session his beloved custom made white gold wedding band had gone missing. The ring is a tad large and had become even looser by the cool temperatures that afternoon. Ryan spent the rest of the afternoon searching for his ring with no success. He called me that evening and we arranged for me to come and search for his ring on the afternoon of New Year’s Eve.
I arrived for my search and Ryan and I went over the events of the rings loss and he showed me the areas that he and his dogs were in that day. I began my grid search of the area closed to the gate that we came through to get into the sports field. For being the last day of the year of the year the weather was unusually warm but after just over 2 hours of searching I had not recovered Ryan’s ring. Ryan needed to go to work so I told him I would be back the following day to continue the search.
New Year’s Day morning we were receiving a rain/snow mix so my search had to wait till afternoon. I drove to the school grounds and started my search of the area that had yet to be searched. After an hour and a half or so the ring was recovered by eyeballing it on the cinder running track that surrounded the football field. I called Ryan to let him know I had the ring but he was out of town. Just as I got to my car to put my gear away the snow started to come down, good timing.
Ryan ended up coming to my house that evening to claim his ring. He and his wife were quite happy to get his ring back.
Ring recovered 1-1-2014
I got a call from Frank today, he said he was mowing his lawn and lost his White Gold and Diamond Wedding Ring but he had a pretty good idea were it might have fallen off. A I agreed to go out to his home just out of town, when I arrived I noticed the lawn area was huge. I later learned it was 2.5 acres and yes he had an idea where was lost somewhere in the front 1.25 Acres. I am kind of used to folks telling me an area of 100 to 200 square yards.
Well, I set to work and after 2.5 hours I had covered all but about 10 sq ft. I advised Frank that we have covered all but this little bit of ground, which is when he said we could do the other 1.25 Acres. I set to work again but first, had to finish the 10 sq ft from the front half. With in 5 minutes I got a strong 65 signal from my Garrett AT-PRO and there it was a beautiful White Gold and Diamond men’s ring.
Frank was very happy to get it back, it meant he wouldn’t have to break the news to his wife.
Frank is now out of the Dog House
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I received a call a young lady. She said she had lost her gold diamond pendant. It was given to her from her boyfriend. She said she had lost it while she was riding her horse. She had been jumping her horse in the outdoor area plus the inside one.She said it could be anywhere even the barn. I told her I would start on the out door arena around all the jumps first and grid the whole area. It was a very hot day about 30 degrees.I started finding lots of stuff but it was a lot of nails which I picked up so the horses wouldn’t pick them up. I hunted for about 3 hours about to give up and I thought I would give it about another half hour. Just about the last couple of minutes bam I found it.So I went the the indoor arena where she was teaching young riders. She came over ans asked if I found it I showed her all the metal and nails.She looked sad and said thanks for trying.Then I showed her the gold diamond pendant she screamed your my hero I’m so happy thank you so so much. Well another successful hunt and a very happy girl. Kevin Niefer Ring Finders Calgary Alberta