Extreme Diver Interview – Sherri Bruce

Let’s keep it in the family today! Today, we’re going to have another diver interview, but this time it will be an adult versus a junior diver. And by keeping it in the family, I mean, let’s meet Logan Bruce‘s mom Sherri Bruce.

Now some fun things here is I’ve apparently known Sherri for years because I used to work with her at my old job. She was even good friends with one of my friends. But earlier this year when we had a Try it for the Boy Scouts I kept looking at her thinking, gosh I know her and at first, having a difficult time placing a name with a face. Then all the sudden it hit me like a freight train as to who she was. Now please, tell me I’m not the only one who has those moments…

It’s always fun when you can make these connections and have these friends in multiple different settings. So without further ado, let’s meet Sherri Bruce!

p.s. it’s so much easier when you go to add pictures if you add the correct ones to a blog post. haha.

Sherri Bruce

How did you get started diving? Through him… points to her right. Person on right said, “Don’t involve me.” Then he ran off. (aka Clay)

How long have you been diving? Memorial Day Weekend

How many dives do you make in a typical year? Let’s see, I had one prior to taking the class. Now it’s time to fill up that book.

What other hobbies do you have? Camping, outdoor activities

Where is your dream diving destination? Cozumel (hey… there’s a trip in February, hint hint)

What is your most comical dive experience? It’s not so much comical but enjoyable was watching the fish attack the hotdogs in Beaver Lake.

What is your favorite piece of dive gear? The wetsuit to keep me warm.

What is your occupation? Purchasing analyst

What is your favorite piece of dive gear you own? Hydros Pro BC with turquoise pockets

Words of wisdom/tips or tricks for fellow divers? Tell Logan to put his air on. (poor Logan, it seems like we all pick on him… Hi Fred Fish!)

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