Kendall Raine is Executive Managing Director of Marshall & Stevens, Inc. where he leads the Financial Institutions Group. In his off hours, Kendall is an active technical diver with special interests in shipwreck and underwater cave exploration. Kendall was a lead diver on the discovery and salvage of gold coins from the Civil War era side wheel paddle steamer SS Brother Jonathan, the discovery and photo documentation of the German U-boat UB88, the discovery and photo documentation of a Convair B-36D in the ocean off San Diego, a lost Lockheed T-33 jet trainer off Santa Monica, a lost F4U Corsair off Dana Point, CA and of the Navy warships USS Burns (DD 588), USS Vammen (DE 644) and USS Hopewell (681) off San Clemente Island, CA. Other deep wreck dives include the Andrea Doria, Pan Penn, Norness, Triple Crown, Comet, Zillah, USS Wilkes Barre and USS Ozark. Kendall is also currently involved with on-going survey of several the largest known underwater cave systems, located near the village of Tulum, Mexico. In addition, Kendall has assisted the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Special Enforcement Bureau in the recovery of drowning victims from deep water near Catalina Island and in Lake Castaic, CA.