Class RING Lost 40 Years Ago Found Using Metal Detector

Class RING Lost 40 Years Ago Found Using Metal Detector

Class RING Lost 40 Years Ago Found Using Metal Detector
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A man from Kentucky, United States reunited with his class ring he lost nearly 40 years ago.

According to news agency United Press International, a woman came forward to return the object.

She turned out as the daughter of a man who found the ring using a metal detector while hunting.

The woman said his father died in 1996 so she decided to mail the ring to Bullitt Central High School in Shepherdsville.

“[H]e would hold on to certain items and one of those items stood out,” Jason Wells, the school’s athletic director said.

They then determined the ring belonged to Curtis Mullins, a member of the school’s first-ever graduating class in 1971.

Meanwhile, another man from Florida reunited with his wedding ring five years after he lost it.

According to various news reports posted online, the reunion came in time for his 100th birthday.

Donald Dennis received the wedding ring as a birthday present during a celebration with family and friends.

In an interview, Dennis shared that he lost the ring five years earlier while shopping at an Aldi store.

A contractor working on a remodeling project found it and used the inscription to trace the owner.

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