Meet our Staff
Gene and Nancy Stimble (Owners)
We purchased the marina in June 1995 from Bob and Jonelle Freeman. Both of us came from careers with commercial airlines. Gene hung up his wings from flying and Nancy left her manager and personnel training position after their first child was born looking for a career that would keep them both closer to home and family. We now have four children (Donald, Mattie, Patrick and Nicholas) to help keep us busy if we ever start to slow down. The marina has been a perfect fit for raising our family and we are glad we made the change. We have made many changes to the marina over the past 15 years, by increasing the number and sizes of slip from 153 to 178 and by removing the wood docks and replacing them with metal and concrete. We look forward to serving Shell Knob and Table Rock Lake for many years to come.
Linda (Marina Manager)
I love my job! Where else can you go to work on a lake, meet so many great people and never get bored? My husband Gary and I moved to Shell Knob in 1992, from Kansas like so many of our customers. I started working for the marina in 1994 and fortunately I am still working here. What makes this job so great are the people. I am so lucky to have such a great staff too. My husband, Gary and my “kids” (as I call my teenage staff) are the best. Please stop by and say, "Hello".
Sassy (Official greeter and dock security)
Sassy is now 9 years old. She takes her job very seriously and is always happy to do her “Tricks for Treats” for the young and the young at heart. She shares her water dish with every other dog (and toddler) that comes to the marina. Come say, “Hi” and she’ll be glad to shake your paw.
Gilligan (Official pet)
We have had a long history of domesticated geese at Campbell Point Marina. In 1995 when we purchased the marina, the purchase included, “Granny” a domesticated goose that was truly a pet. Parents brought their children to visit and feed Granny. Then those children brought their children to visit and feed also. As nature took its course, we eventually lost Granny. However, we had three new Chinese geese donated to us. Their names would become, Skipper, Gilligan and Mary Ann. During the winter when things get quiet and little activity takes place, lots of other critters move into the area and begin fighting for their winter homes. Unfortunately, Skipper did not survive the first winter here and we lost Mary Ann the second winter. However, Gilligan is our top goose and is still here begging for food and attention. One of our customers built him his own platform and self feeder and lots of locals and customers from near and far come by to visit and feed him throughout the year. Come by and meet our Gilligan, but do be careful, he may bite.