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ORLANDO-Clayton Squibb, the youngest licensed real estate agent in Florida at the age of 19 in 1958, died at 62 on June 17 in Tavares, FL.

The family-owned Charlie Squibb Realty business drew instant recognition from buyer prospects because the office was located in a houseboat on Lake Eustis for 35 years. The houseboat remains at the same location today as a local landmark at U.S. 441 North and State Road 19, 35 miles north of Downtown Orlando.

Charlie Squibb Realty, started by Clayton Squibb’s surviving parents, Charlie and Gladys Squibb, was a pioneer in developing manufactured home communities with resident-owned homesites. Among the Squibb developments were Imperial Terrace, Lake Saunders Acres and Mobile Home Estates.

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