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Lost & Found Haverling High School Class Rings

Class rings are the mark of school pride and accomplishments. If you have lost or found a fellow Rams 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:
Class of '61 (Standard ring for that year.) Initials DRS

posted April 4th, 2023

posted November 1st, 2022
Haverling class of '60. Gold with black onyx

posted September 8th, 2018
Gold, blue stone. Initials B J B. Maybe lost in Hornell NY in 1973???

posted June 22nd, 2017
Lost ring from Class of 1969. Ring left in ladies room at Chicago International Airport many years ago. I don't recall if it
had my initials engraved in it or not. Slim chance anyone might have it who sees this but am giving it a try. Cristine (Leyman) Smith

posted May 21st, 2015
EAF class of 1964.

posted April 23rd, 2015
One day about 25 years ago I was visiting Bath and stopped by Turks Antique Shoppe (or junk shop) browsing through his many treasures and came across an old (I believe 1951) Haverling Class Ring, so I purchased it, I think for $25 bucks (because I jettisoned my old class ring into the Mississippi (see Lost Ring Information). Inside the ring were the initials (DR), and I could not recall anyone with that name (that I knew); then one day it came to me that there was a guy who drove a VW Carman Gia who everyone called "Porky" (I don't know why they called him Porky, because he was skinny), and his real name was Dave, David "Porky" Reed, who used to live in that big old house on West William Street, next to the American Legion. If anyone knows where David is, I will gladly give him the ring. Fred V. Fuller (Class of 56' and 07')

posted July 24th, 2014
While serving as a deck ape aboard the USS Kenneth M. Willett (DE-354) in 1957, which was home ported in New Orleans, La, .I inadvertently tossed my 1956 Haverling Class Ring into the Mississippi along with a bucket of soapy water that I was using to swab the fantail deck. Apparently the swab (mop for you landlubbers) was previously used to swab the deck of the metal shop; and consequently was full of metal pieces that went "klunk" into the bottom of the bucket every time I rinsed out the swab (mop). I recall hearing one particularly loud clunk during one of my swab rinsing processes just before tossing my bucket of soapy water over the side and into the fast moving, deep and muddy Mississippi River. Perhaps one day someone may catch a fish in the Gulf of Mexico that may have swallowed my ring. :) Fred V. Fuller - Tough as Nails Hard as Bricks, Haverling Class of 56' - and 2007 - (that's another story)...

posted July 24th, 2014

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Help make someone’s holiday season even better by reuniting them with their class ring. Class rings can hold a lot of meaning for some people and losing it can be heartbreaking. Our Haverling High School Lost Rings page is the perfect place to post and reunite someone with his or her lost class ring. If you have lost your class ring or found someone else’s simply enter all the details you can about the ring so it can be easily identified. Be sure to put your contact information on the post so that the owner of the ring can reach you.

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