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Lost & Found De Anza High School Class Rings

Class rings are the mark of school pride and accomplishments. If you have lost or found a fellow Dons class ring post the information here. If you lost a ring, describe it and include a contact email address. If you found a class ring describe it, post where you found it and include your email address. Your email address will not be made visible on the site. We will use it to contact you if need be.

Please contact us if you have information about any of the posts below:
1971 man's ring with a red stone.


posted May 11th, 2017
I either lost or it got stolen my class ring from 1985. It's 10 ct. gold with a amethyst gem with a star fire effect. It has a LG on it.
I lost it in 2012-13 can't remember.
Linda (Gurule) Smith


posted August 8th, 2015
1963 blue stone initials RN gold ring.
Rick Nettleton


posted May 13th, 2015
White gold with blue stone; lost years ago so not expecting to find it. I think that my initials NDM or my name was inside. Norma McNair


posted August 16th, 2014
hello to all
I am a metal detectorest and found a ladies De anza high gold class ring under the bleachers of the old River city high school in West Sacramento Ca. if you lost a ring there and you can describe the writing on the inside of the band its yours again,you can e-mail me at lahungeflo@yahoo,com to contact me


posted March 21st, 2014
My name is Karen and I am the one who posted about the class of '79 ring I found as a child back in July 2008. My email address has changed - to anyone who tried to contact me at my former address but got bounced, I very much apologize for the inconvenience. You can now reach me at ghostechwriter@gmail.com. Again I hope I can reunite your ring with you.


posted September 6th, 2010
I believe I may have found a class ring from someone that graduated in '79 from De Anza High. I found it in front of my parents' house in Southern California back in the early-mid 80s but I was just a kid then and had no clue how to look up who the owner is. I just found it in my belongings again and after doing some searches stumbled across this site and your class ring search.

It looks like a ladies' ring style. The stone in front is emerald green so I would guess the person's birthday is in May. The stone has an emblem on it that says DHS, again the year is 1979, and it has the bust of a man on each side with DONS above it. It is a 10K gold ring and has the initials MCW engraved on the inside.

Unfortunately the ring is not in very good shape. It looks like it got run over by a car as it's bent almost flat and I found it like that in the street, so I'm assuming that's what happened.

I am nevertheless hoping and praying I can finally reunite this ring with its owner after so long. If you are the owner feel free to contact me directly, and if you know who you think it is please feel free to pass my contact information along. My name is Karen and you can email me at twitterpated2007@gmail.com.


posted July 25th, 2008
I haven't found anyone's ring, but mine was stolen years ago and I've dreamed every so often over the years of finding some way of getting another one. It was unique and beautiful. Ours, the class of 1961, were purchased at Wolff and Ury Jewelers on Mac Donald Ave. in Richmond, Ca which I'm pretty sure is defunct now. If anyone can help me find another one I would sincerely appreciate it. Also, lost all of my yearbooks moving around so much when I first got married. I am interested in my Senior book too.
Sincerely,
Gwen (Wallis) Sanders


posted March 31st, 2008

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