Carolyn L. McClintock


Bicentennial Medal (2019)


Carolyn McClintock received a B.S. from Indiana University, and she has been in the real estate business for more than two decades. McClintock and her team led the industry with record sales in 2018, and she is continuously ranked among the top agents in both the state of Indiana as well as among F.C. Tucker affiliates. Prior leadership roles include serving as the director of Parks and Recreation for the City of Evansville and the Vanderburgh County Commissioner. McClintock also spent time working at WNIN Public Television.

McClintock is actively involved in numerous aspects of the community including the Evansville Museum, WNIN, United Way, Wesselman Nature Center, Parks Foundation, and Mesker Park Zoo. McClintock has received many accolades in honor of her career accomplishments, including the title of #1 Agent in the Evansville market in 2018, and she was recognized for representing the most buyers and sellers in the downtown office. She is an Executive Club member, and a Presidents Club life member. In 2019, McClintock received Indiana University's Bicentennial Medal in recognition of her distinguished contributions to the community.