Meet Steve Rogers, a Marine Technician and a Marine Technology Society Fellow
Steve Rogers specializes in painting working boats. His art captures the beauty of fishing vessels, trawlers, tugs, oyster boats and skipjacks in their natural state and centers around their details as well as those who operate them.
Australian wildlife conservationist and television personality Steve Irwin became known as The Crocodile Hunter due to his widely watched documentaries and TV shows about dangerous yet beautiful animals like crocodiles. He became beloved across the world.
Early Life and Education
After experiencing an unstable childhood that included abuse from his stepfather and being abandoned by his mother, Steve McQueen found solace in joining the Marine Corps. There he worked a variety of dirty jobs like being an oil rig roughneck or towel boy at brothels – providing invaluable training for life as an outlaw jarhead.
As soon as he received his commission as an officer, he became known as “Mustang”. This nickname allowed him to connect more easily with enlisted Marines under his command; these marines eventually came to respect and admire him.
Waldron brings more than three decades of leadership, organizational structure, and strategic planning experience from law, higher education, and the U.S. Marines. Currently he serves as President of Grantham University – an online university with over 440 leaders, educators, and staff members enrolled.
Steve has led workshops for boat repair professionals and has an exceptional ability to translate technical data into practical solutions. Attendees of his workshops – including certified ABYC technicians – appreciate his objectivity and expert analysis.
After graduating from North Carolina State University, Steve joined the Division of Marine Fisheries as an age lab biologist and conducted age and life history analyses of commercially and recreationally important finfish species found within North Carolina coastal waters. Additionally, Steve currently acts as agency designee to South Atlantic Fishery Management Council.
He has served in multiple domestic and foreign ports during his career, most recently with Marine Corps Forces South in Miami as its staff judge advocate. He looks forward to an exciting and fulfilling legal career ahead.
Achievement and Honors
Steve DiMarco, professor in Texas A&M University’s Department of Oceanography and leading member of the Marine Technology Society ocean observation team was honored with being honored with being recognized with being given this prestigious title – Marine Technology Society Fellow – which acknowledges professionals advancing MTS objectives by contributing their science, technology, innovation and leadership in maritime industries.
MTS fellows are chosen for their contributions to marine mammal conservation and research in Asia, along with professional achievements and service to the Marine Technology Society. MTS Fellows exhibit unbounded intellectual curiosity, commitment to solving existing problems while creating new ones, and complete disregard for grades as indicators of success.
The Colonel Norman Hatch Memorial Award honors a pioneer combat camera team leader who made Marine Corps history accessible to Americans via color film footage shot on Tarawa and Iwo Jima. It recognizes superior writing related to Marine Corps history.
Steve has dedicated both his professional career and personal life to service. He has received multiple certificates of recognition and world-class leadership awards during his professional tenure, while maintaining an emphasis on meeting and exceeding client expectations.
His military career was highlighted by multiple deployments to combat zones and training Marine Reservists for war. Additionally, he was an enthusiastic volunteer who assisted troubled youth while training police officers. Furthermore, he was a devout Catholic who attended mass regularly and gave religious talks.
Connie and their children live nearby in Dowry Creek community and take great pleasure from its long summers and warm fishing days as well as supporting SEC college football teams. Additionally, they plan to use their trawler for Great Loop cruises.
Steve Dischiavi has amassed an impressive fortune as a homicide detective. Additionally, his talents as a reality television host and professional actor have allowed him to make additional income streams such as featuring in movies such as Stake Out: My Dad’s Rolex, Paranormal After Party and The Dead Files.
New York City native Steven Bozs has amassed an estimated net worth of approximately $2 Million through investments such as real estate and sports teams such as Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Penguins. Additionally, he served as President of a sports management company before serving on several board of several organizations as President or Board Member.
Steve’s Marine on Long Island has been serving boaters since 1988 as a full-service dealer and service centre, offering everything from parts to repairs for boats. Their staff of fully trained specialists is ready to meet all of your boating needs with professionalism.