Entries by Ed Hayes

We lose a good friend – John Gramegna passes away

It is with deep personal regret we inform our friends of John Gramegna’s death. He died unexpectedly on Friday, Dec. 4. John was a close personal friend, scuba diving enthusiast, and a true lover of everything life had to offer. He was instrumental in helping to give birth to Brownstone Exploration & Discovery Park, and the resurrection of Powder […]

Employment Opportunity: Instructor & Store Manager

Scuba Shack is accepting applications for a full time instructor/store manager for our retail location in Rocky Hill, Conn. You can learn more and apply online. Also, if you know anyone who may be interested, meets the minimum requirements, and might be a good fit for the Scuba Shack team, please forward them the information. […]

Halcyon introduces Traveler BC System at a great price point

Scuba Shack will soon be stocking the Halcyon Traveler™ BC system. We’ve been testing this travel BC for the past month, and we’re certain it will be our number one seller this year since it offers recreational divers a lightweight, strong Nylon backplate that is easily adjustable in or out of the water and a perfect […]

Judith Lynn “Judy” Lockrow (1959-2012)

Every once and a while I regret to send sad news from our Scuba Shack family. Today I bring you just this. Judy Lockrow, Dave Lockrow’s wife passed away Saturday evening after a long fight with cancer. Judy was a personal friend, a trusted staff member to my family and a great woman to all who […]

Four Scuba Shack divemasters complete training

Four students have completed their PADI Divemaster training after enrolling in last year’s Black Card program. Dan Ayers, Kevin Krebsbach, Brian Scott Henderson and Rick Mooney completed more than nine months of classes, pool diving, open water training, and open water dives along with a significant number of projects required to complete the PADI Divemaster program. […]