Chris White

Assistant Instructor in training.
I had my first underwater encounter in Jamaica 11 years ago and I returned to the states with the diving bug. A couple years later we went to the Dominican Republic did another dive and when we return I found York Divers and what a find it was. I completed my open water certification went to Costa Rica and got to see my first shark.
Sense then I have advanced my skills and certifications with the help of York divers. I had the opportunity to join York divers as a member of the staff and didn’t have to think twice.

Bobbi Little

I became a PADI open water diver in 2012 when diving suddenly appeared on my bucket list. Snorkeling has been great for many years, but diving is more 3-dimensional! I earned my Divemaster certification in 2018 and enjoy working with new-to-diving students, particularly with those who aren’t comfortable doing certain skills. It is gratifying to see them earn their certifications and continue with diving. Favorite dive spots include New Zealand, the Socorro Islands, and Bonaire. Favorite things to see are giant manta rays, sharks, and eels.

Gary Fetterman

I began my scuba life, being initially certified in Lake Meade/Las Vegas, NV in Feb 2005. I then became a PADI instructor in June 2007, with my current level being a Master Scuba Diver Trainer (MSDT). I am currently working on my IDC Staff Instructor rating.

Shayne Smith

My first exposure to diving was on a resort certification on my honeymoon and then again on my first wedding anniversary. The diving bug bit me and I vowed not to return again to tropical vacations without a full diving certification so that I could be fully prepared and safe underwater. Enter children in my life and the certification would have to wait for…ohhh…20 years or so. I more formally entered diving again in 2015 and became a PADI Professional in 2017. My favorite things to do underwater: watching sharks, wreck diving, underwater nav, and sharing with students.

Donna Loudon

PADI Divemaster Sept 1, 2016 - York, PA
PADI Rescue Diver Apr 4, 2008 - Naples, Italy
PADI AOW/EAN Jul 29, 2001 - Honolulu, HI
SDI Open Water Scuba Diver Feb 19, 2001 - Honolulu, HI

PADI Equipment Specialist Mar 17, 2012 - York, PA
PADI Drysuit Diver May 15, 2011 - York, PA
PADI Coral Restoration Diver Mar 1, 2018 - Kralendijk, Bonaire

Jerry Kalligonis

I am a Dive Master and Emergency First Responder (EFR) Instructor with York Divers.
My first dive was in Bermuda with Boy Scouts when I was 13. I love a good adventure and diving provides that for me.
I have been in the waters of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, the Caribbean, the Gulf of Mexico, and many of the springs/caverns in Florida.
My favorite dive coming in the fall of 2017 at the Socorro Islands in the Pacific.

Wayne Mallquist

Became an Open Water diver in 1993 and PADI Divemaster in 1995
Handicap Scuba Association Adaptive Dive Buddy
Commercial Air & Mixed Gas Certification
Some of my dive destinations include local site and destinations in Delaware, Maryland, North Carolina ,Maine, the Caribbean and Vancouver BC
My favorite dive: Next one with friends.

Rick Holberg

I completed my Open Water Certification in October, 1992 and my Advanced Open Water in June 2008.
I completed my PADI Divemaster certification in April 2016.

I have the following specialties:
Rescue Diver
Enriched Air (Nitrox) Diver
Equipment Specialist
Coral Restoration

In addition to being a PADI Professional, I am an Emergency First Responder and a DAN Member.

Teresa Rash

PADI Open Water Certified in 2003
Divemaster since 2014
Handicapped Scuba Association Adaptive Dive Buddy
Drysuit Diver
York Divers Official Event Cook and Hostess

Mark Hopple

Mark was PADI certified in 1997 and became a divemaster in 2000.
He joined the York Divers team early in 2014.
Over 650 logged dives with experience diving throughout the Caribbean, Red Sea and Mediterranean Sea.
Can't beat Cozumel's drift diving!