Tennessee and Alabama aviation hall of fame member Clyde Shelton, who administered a legendary 10,379 checkrides as an FAA designated pilot examiner, died June 10 at age 86. “We’ve lost a fine fellow,” said Marti Herring of Executive Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, where Shelton was a fixture for many years. “He was like a grandfather to us.”

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