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  • About

    Location:
    Glendale, CA USA
    Occupation:
    Set decorating film industry
    Gender:
    Male
    Certification Agencies:
    YMCA,NAUI,PADI,SSI
    Dive History:
    Began free diving and spear fishing at 10 years old in South Florida
    Certification History:
    NAUI/YMCA Basic SCUBA Cert 1962
    Certification Level:
    Dive Master/PADI
    # of Logged Dives:
    500 - 999
    Dive Classification:
    Experienced Diver
    Years Certified:
    Ten Or More Years
    Dive Equipment:
    Always testing new equipment
    Rebreather Experience:
    I grew up in Ft.Lauderdale in the 50s & 60s. My father and aunt were both very early FL divers. I began spear fishing until I was old enough (14) to take the SCUBA course. I started with a Healthways double hose and backplate. We really didn't know any better and broke every "rule" posted on scubaboard. My high school friends and I dove every weekend off South Florida with the long weekends down to the Keys. I've done some commercial diving work, but I never wanted to go professional. It was always the most fun you could have and still is at 60. I now wish that we had thought about logging dives. It would be hilarious to read in retrospect.