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Jerry from Sugar Hill GA | Scuba Diver

Open water certified 04/07, Divemaster 10/07. DAN certified Diving Emergency Management Provider "DEMP", DAN certified Diving Emergency Specialist "DES"and Diving First Aid for Professional Divers. In addition to the specialties, listed above in my profile, I am also PADI certified in the following specialties: AED for divers, Manatee, Whale Shark, Artifact & Fossil Recovery, Hazardous Marine Life Injuries, Oxygen First Aid and a Master Scuba diver. I was previously on the staff at the world famous Georgia Aquarium as a volunteer diver where I got to dive with Whale Sharks one day and Beluga Whales the next. In addition, I’m a safety diver for the TV and motion picture industries with credits including:
Vampire Diaries (2011)
Necessary Roughness (2012)
Passengers (2015)

But most importantly, I’m the proud parent figure to four of the best kids on the planet.


awetmedic - 7/16/2019 1:43 AM
First Meeting

Hi, I posted a message and some pictures at a dive club location on Lake Lanier. If you click on the calendar for club/group meeting you will see it.
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Smithsgold - 3/15/2018 9:38 AM
Happy Birthday
Smithsgold - 3/15/2017 10:43 AM
Happy Birthday !!!!
Fezz - 3/15/2016 9:33 AM
Happy Birthday
tardmaster - 3/17/2016 11:02 PM
thank you Fezz
skrilla - 9/20/2013 1:47 PM
My wife and I are divers, and were planning on visiting the atlanta aquarium in the next year or two. Are there any diving opportunities there open to the public?
tardmaster - 9/20/2013 9:29 PM
Absolutely. we take the public in the main tank 365 days a year. Let me know if you have any more questions.
rflesher - 10/23/2012 4:16 PM
How do you get hooked up with that TV movie dives???????? ever need help give me a shout
sk290 - 7/03/2008 7:06 PM
Hey! Cool pick of your wife with the big one. We got a pic too but there’s nothing around him for scale so you can’t really tell how big it is. I actually saw 2 of them (just as big) on Sunday and then again on Wed. We’re going back there tomorrow and I’m sure we’ll see them again. Hope you have a great 4th!