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Hunter Stickland Makes CCIM History

FCPG’s Hunter R Strickland made CCIM history when he earned his CCIM Designation. His achievement made his family the first in the history of the CCIM Institute to have three generations of CCIM Designees.

The Florida CCIM Chapter captured the moment via photo and an article, History Made at CCIM Pinning Ceremony.

“As Hunter Strickland, CCIM, passed the CCIM comprehensive exam and was awarded the CCIM designation at CCIM Institute’s 2018 Midyear Governance Meetings, the crowd in the Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay increasingly realized that history was being made. When Hunter was officially pinned on April 11, multi- generations of his family were recognized as the first three generation family of CCIM designees in the history of CCIM Institute.


Bob Strickland has lived a life filled with service, dedication, commitment, honor, and love.  The son of a U.S. Army officer and 1955 West Point graduate wanted to fly and was commissioned into the U.S. Air Force upon graduation. In 1956, Bob completed flight school and married the love of his life, Lynn Dartnell, whom he had met while he was a cadet. They were married for 56 years until her death in 2013.

His first assignment was flying the RF-84F out of Larson Air Force Base in Grant County, Washington.

“Over the next 22 years, Lynn and our three children followed me through 20 different assignments and 17 moves including tours in Alaska and the Philippines,” Bob recounts.

As a fighter pilot, Bob flew 160 combat missions over Vietnam and Thailand.  His post-war assignments included serving on two major joint command staffs and the faculty at the US Air Force Academy….”

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