Received e-mail from Stephen on Thursday July 11, that he had lost his wedding ring the night before while he was playing soccer in the rain at a soccer field in west Edmonton. I spoke to Stephen in regards to his lost ring; he was not sure where about he had lost it. I meet up with him at the field and he showed me where he was playing. He told me he was taking turns playing goal keeper and his ring could be anywhere on the field. after about 20 minute searching “bingo” I found his gold wedding ring about 20 feet from the goal post I called him over he could not believe his eyes that his ring was reunited once again, Another happy client.
July 4, 2013.. 8:50pm
I was in Newport Beach sitting with a couple thousand people getting ready for a 4th of July fireworks display. I had rested up all day thinking I would detect the beach after the people left. That’s when Isaiah called saying he had just lost his wedding ring. I asked him where he was calling from and he told me Del Mar Beach which is near San Diego. He was in the water about chest deep and said he never went in water over his head. He didn’t feel the ring fall off, but he was certain that it was lost in the water. I told him that it was a long drive and he could locate another member of The RingFinders in our directory and if he couldn’t get them I’d come search.
After finishing the call, I went to my tide chart app on my trusty iPhone. He lost it only a couple minutes before calling me which was approximately 5 ft high tide begining to fall to a minus tide at 3 am. I called Isaiah back and told him the tides would be perfect to try to search for his ring tonight and I would be there at 12:30am. He said he could be there about a half hour later and was going to try to rest because he had to work in the morning. After arriving in the dark of the night, I began my grid search as the tide reseded. He had given me a good idea of where he was when he lost the ring but I extended the search area 50 yards each side . At 1:00am Isaiah and his brother in law showed up. He pin pointed the location where he had been and I changed my grid search towards the water and away from the water. They went off with their flashlights looking in the surf. After 10 or 15 minutes I got that special gold tone and there was a beautiful gold ring in about 3 inches under the wet sand. I walked up to Isaiah and asked him how big was the ring and if it was gold. Then, asked him to hold out his hand. He looked at me puzzeled, but he held out is hand. That’s when I dropped it in his hand. I did not expect him to be so emotional, it must have ment a lot to him. After gaining our composure all three of us started shaking hands and celebrating the find. Another special night and meeting people I will not forget..