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Tom Isaacs Jr – Chief Nut
Andy Biggs – “Big Nut”
Andy came to the Nuthouse team after 30 years in the cabinetry and millwork industry to follow his passion for camping and trail riding. His master carpenter skills are a perfect fit for our trailer interiors. Andy’s love for automotive work and camping started at a very young age. He started camping with his family when he was a baby and started working on cars at a very young age with his father and a family friend at their home based auto repair shop. His love for Jeeps started with a 1978 CJ5 he bought at age 16. He regretfully sold it after a few years. His second Jeep is a 1983 CJ7 he bought in 1999. Andy with the help of his friends have modified it several times over the years into a capable rock crawler. He and his wife Liz have taken the CJ on trails all over the United States including Moab, Colorado, The Rubicon, The Sierra Trek, Montrose and nearly every area open to trail riding in Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, West Virginia and Tennessee. They trailer it to these destinations in their fully enclosed toy hauler they have been customizing over the last 10 years. Andy spent several years as a judge and marshal for the ERROC rock Crawling series as well as head tech and marshal for the UROC 2004 Super Crawl. He and Liz’s love for off roading continues with the purchase of a 2007 Rubicon Wrangler Unlimited that now shares the trail duties with the CJ7. Andy and Liz are Charter members of TKO Trailriders (an off road club in Cincinnati) and Andy has served on the TKO directors board since 2001. Andy and Liz have also been trail guides at numerous off road events since 2000.
Ryan attended the Art Institute of Pittsburgh where he received a B.S. in product design and development. After graduation he became an instructor for a mountaineering school that lead to many outdoor expeditions. As a mountaineer he climbed some of the tallest mountains on the east and west coast, climbed floating icebergs off the Newfoundland coast, and rafted the Grand Canyon. In previous jobs he built prototypes for muti-national companies such as Coca Cola, Proctor & Gamble, Disney, Dirt Devil, and Craftsman. He has also built large scale signage, architectural accents and custom furniture while working as a metal fabricator. Recent employment took Ryan across the nation building museum installations for the National Park Service, Fish and Wildlife, and various visitor centers.