President Andrew Wagner

Andrew is a Chief on the St. Clair County Dive Team and is also the President of their non-profit. He is a Reserve Sheriff Deputy, and is a business owner. Andrew brings many years of museum experience with both the Huron Lightship and the Port Huron Museum. 

Additionally, Andrew has also operated nearly every wheeled and tracked vehicle off road, and has operated marine vessels of every kind. An avid explorer, he has travelled to all corners of the country and is constantly looking for his next adventure. Andrew brings the true spirit of exploration with him, and was unanimously voted to steer our ship. We look forward to many years of his involvement.

Vice President Stephanie Shattuck

Stephanie’s first off road experience came not from a vehicle, but from horses. As a teenager she rode competitively and developed a love for the outdoors and country life. About five years ago she discovered offroading, and immediately was drawn to the family orientation of the hobby. She introduced her children to the off-road lifestyle, and since then she has taken them to 4×4 events all over Michigan and Canada. 

Family is very important to Stephanie, and she wishes to develop the museum into a place that is educational and welcoming to children. She has already been instrumental in the acquisition of a one of a kind fire truck that kids will be able to have hands-on experiences with.

Stephanie became deaf at the age of seventeen, and through that experience she has vowed to make sure the museum’s video and media systems have closed captioning whenever possible. It is her mission to make sure the museum is fully accessible for everyone to enjoy. 

Lastly, as a supporter of first responders, Stephanie has worked with Thin Line Offroad to develop and promote fundraisers that have raised thousands of dollars for various non-profits. She is a true team player who has great ideas to develop our museum and was unanimously voted to her position.