Cliff received his B.S. in Forest Engineering from Oregon State University in 1987 and joined Stuntzner in 1992, managing the newly-opened Dallas office location. In 1998 he became a member of the firm.
A native Oregonian, Cliff grew up in the Corvallis area and has been exposed to forestry from childhood. His knowledge in forestry management comes second nature. Post- college graduation, Cliff worked for Hull-Oaks Lumber Company as an industrial forester. Since starting work at Stuntzner, Cliff has had many years of experience in project management, harvest unit and road layout, logging engineering and transportation system planning, cruising and appraisal, and has been involved in major projects in both Oregon and Alaska including projects in the Tongass National Forest, Ketchikan Gateway Borough, and the Kenai Peninsula.
In addition, Cliff has become a highly qualified and experienced timber appraiser, and was the managing lead on the 22,000 acre project for the Hallie Ford Timberlands Inventory.