The son of a former Green Bay Packers great is offering a reward after losing his father’s Super Bowl II ring.
Mike Kostelnik, the son of former Green Bay Packers defensive tackle Ron Kostelnik, is offering a $5,000 reward after losing the ring on a recent road trip with his family. Kostelnik was wearing the ring during the trip and his family believes it was lost at a BP gas station in Greensburg, Indiana.
“We don’t know what happened to the ring,” he told Scott Venci of the Green Bay Press-Gazette. “When we got to Miami [University], it was gone.
“I had taken it off my finger. When you wear that ring, it’s heavy. If your fingers are swollen in the morning, it’s a little hard to carry. So, I know I put it in the console [of the car]. My daughter and I just don’t know what happened to it.”
The family is hoping for the safe return of the ring.
Ron Kostelnik helped the Packers win five NFL championships and the first two Super Bowls. He was inducted into the Packers Hall of Fame in 1989.
As for his Super Bowl I ring, that is safely in the possession of his daughter, Laura, who inherited the ring after his passing.