Daytime Program Speaker
Kevin Magee and Cindy LaRosa
Technical Divers, Adventurers, shipwreck enthusiasts
Kevin and Cindy live on the west side of Cleveland, Ohio, USA. Kevin works as a mechanical engineer for ZIN Technologies, Inc., an engineering services contractor that mainly serves NASA Glenn Research Center. His work involves the development of space experiments, including their design, fabrication, assembly, testing, and flight operations. These experiments investigate the fundamental physics and behavior of combustion and fluids in microgravity. He has worked on projects that have flown on the Space Shuttle, International Space Station, sounding rockets, drop towers, and parabolic aircraft.
Kevin began snorkeling as a kid in Florida, became scuba certified in 1984, and received his trimix certification in 1999. Kevin's web site is Diving the Great Lakes www.greatlakeswrecks.info.
Cindy has two decades of experience working as an Official Court Reporter at Cleveland Municipal Court and Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas providing a verbatim record of criminal and civil court proceedings. She also has a Master of Science degree in Justice Administration. She has been an avid diver since 1986 and has a passion for scuba diving and Great Lakes shipwrecks.
Kevin is a co-founder and Cindy is a member of Cleveland Underwater Explorers, Inc. CLUE is a non-profit corporation whose members include divers and historians dedicated to researching, locating, exploring, and documenting the shipwrecks and submerged history of the Great Lakes. CLUE has discovered and documented over 20 shipwrecks, which can be found on the CLUE web site ww.clueshipwrecks.org.
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