Clarence is originally from London, Kentucky relocating to Brooksville, Florida in 1987 while serving in the military. He graduated from Ashford University with a Masters of Arts in Teaching. Before honorably retiring from the U.S. Army in 2009, after 28 years of service, his career culminated as Battalion Recruiting and Retention Sergeant Major for Florida, the Regional Recruiting and Retention Chairman for the 10 Southeastern States and Territories, and Adjunct Instructor at the Professional Education Center for the Senior Leaders’ Recruiting and Retention Management Course.
Following his military service, Clarence engaged in business educational delivery and workforce development roles with Local, State and Federal employers, where he served current and former military service members. In 2017, he began pursuing his underlying passion for Real Estate and became the Professional Development Director for the Osceola County Association of REALTORS®. Then later in 2018, he made the decision to become a Licensed Real Estate Agent and is glad he did.
Specializing in Vacant Land, Clarence works primarily in the Central and Eastern Counties of Florida with Buyers and Sellers of all needs. He is passionate about helping others achieve their personal and professional real estate goals. His lifetime of service to clients and fellow professionals continues at the Orlando Regional REALTORS® Association, the Florida Association of REALTORS®, the REALTORS® Land Institute, the Florida REALTORS® Panel of Directors and the Florida Association of Veteran Owned Businesses Board of Directors.
Whether protecting this county, mentoring young adults, or protecting homeownership and private property rights, Clarence is a passionate voice, advocate, and facilitator. He’s living the American Dream!