Chicago firefighter uses metal detector to rescue lost items

Started by gash, August 20, 2016, 12:47:29 pm

Previous topic - Next topic

gash



Ron Guinazzo's metal detector blurped and his 10-day gold drought ended this week on North Avenue Beach.

As the sand fell away, a gold chain with a pendant shaped like two fish dangled from his hand. Estimated value: $50.
Guinazzo, 55, says luck does not guide him. It's persistence.

In the non-winter months, he waves the device about five days a week. He's been at it for 35 years.

At his firehouse in the South Loop, Guinazzo is known by fellow Chicago firefighters as a bit of a "white cloud," meaning fires rarely strike when he's on duty, a likable quality in the profession.

On his website, Guinazzo is known as Chicago Ron. He posts pictures of his finds there and advertises metal detecting trips he leads in England  http://chicagoron.com/

Full story @ http://chicago.suntimes.com/news/chicago-firefighter-uses-metal-detector-to-rescue-lost-items/
XP Deus 9" coil & 13x11 coil
XP Goldmaxx Power
Whites DFX
Garrett Ace250

Powered by EzPortal