MEET THE TEAM

Scott Cadreau

Scott Cadreau

Technical and Rebreather Instructor

I started diving in 2010 and fell in love with the sport. I became a PADI instructor at the end of 2010 and crossed over to SDI/TDI in 2011 as a technical dive instructor. I am qualified to teach all the way to Advanced Trimix with both agencies. I split my time between Arizona and Key Largo teaching.

info@sea2seascuba.com

Fred Fidler

Fred Fidler

Co-Head, Retail, Staff Instructor

My passion for scuba diving started on a whim – in 2014 my wife purchased OW certs for us for Christmas. Best gift ever – I’ve been in love with diving ever since! I was proud to become an instructor in 2019, but quickly became aware that I’m barely scratching the surface of where I can go and what I can learn. A former Army medic and nurse, I enjoy not only sharing with students a love for diving, but also how to care for and protect our aquatic environments. When I’m not diving, I enjoy backpacking, playing pickup basketball, and playing video games with my kids.

fred@sea2seascuba.com

 

 

Tobie Zerbe

Tobie Zerbe

Co-Head Retail, Divemaster

I got certified at 16 in South Dakota and found a passion for scuba diving. I ended up moving out to Arizona for school but got a job at Sea2Sea to further my dive career. I’m looking forward to becoming an instructor in the future.

tobie@sea2seascuba.com

Colin Schneider

Colin Schneider

MSDT Instructor, Service Tech

All through my life I’ve been obsessed with the ocean. I remember watching Steve Irwin, The Crocodile Hunter when I was in preschool. He was diving with sharks and traveling the world. Ever since then I’ve wanted to see the ocean. When I turned 20, I started my PADI Open Water scuba class.
9 years later, scuba diving has allowed me to travel the world with a whole new perspective. Over the years I became a PADI scuba instructor, a technical diver, and a rebreather diver. I’m excited about all my future underwater experiences! Try it out for yourself – it will change your life!

colin@sea2seascuba.com

Jeff Ignaszewski

Jeff Ignaszewski

IDC Staff Instructor, DAN Instructor Trainer

I’m a Buckeye transplant in AZ. I started my diving at the request of my brother wanting to dive for Megalodon shark teeth in the shark tooth capital of the world, Venice Florida. I’m very happy that those sharks are long dead! The first couple of dives were fun, visibility was 2-3 feet. After not finding many teeth or seeing much aquatic life I decided to dive in the Florida Keys. That’s when I fell in love with diving – warm, clear water with tons of fish. It’s diving in a salt water aquarium. Certified in 2012 and my only regret is I don’t dive more often.
I love seeing new divers “get it” and start a long-term love affair with diving. My favorite spot is Truk Lagoon in Micronesia. It’s full of history and wrecks, wrecks and more wrecks. Certified on a Hollis rebreather I’m looking forward to multiple trips back to Truk. I’m always ready to share this underwater world with new and existing divers and helping them increase skills.

jeffi@sea2seascuba.com

Jon Fernandez

Jon Fernandez

Instructor

I’ve been scuba diving since 2016. All three of my daughters are certified and have gone diving in La Jolla, Maui and Florida. The goal for the next few years is to travel and dive the world!
I completed my Divemaster training in 2018, helping dozens of students become divers. The best part of helping new divers with their classes is that moment when you see it click in the eyes and you know they have been bitten by the scuba bug!

jon@sea2seascuba.com

 

 

Elizabeth Fullerton

Elizabeth Fullerton

Instructor, Retail Associate

Aaron Malner

Aaron Malner

Instructor

Stetson Davis

Stetson Davis

Retail Associate, Divemaster

Ever since I was a little kid, my family spent summers in San Diego, California. Not only did I walk up and down the beach looking for whatever critters I could find in tide pools and shallow waters, but I also spent most of those vacations at Sea World, Scripts Aquarium, or any place that had aquatic wildlife! Living in Arizona made it difficult to stay connected to the ocean. Luckily, Odyssey Aquarium opened in Scottsdale, where I spent 3 years as an educator in Conservation and Animal Education. Now, I’m finally following my dream of becoming a Scuba Instructor at Sea2Sea Scuba and nothing could make me happier.

stetson@sea2seascuba.com

 

 

Leanna Levine

Leanna Levine

Retail Associate

Ralph Ruiz

Ralph Ruiz

Divemaster

Certified 1990
Due to Covid , I lost my Production Manager job… this opened the door to get back into Scuba Diving.
I became a Dive Master 4.2021.
I was lucky enough the kind employees at Sea2Sea hired me.
I have been heavily involved with the Shop and classes since then….

ralph@sea2seascuba.com

Mark Doebler

Mark Doebler

Head Technician