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Hockaday left imprint on CCCC

01.03.2012Admin, Faculty & StaffCollege General

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Hockaday left imprint on CCCC

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Dr. Jeff Hockaday served as president of the institution that became Central Carolina Community College from 1969 to 1983.

Hockaday left imprint on CCCC

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Central Carolina Technical Institute President Jeff Hockaday (center) congratulates a student while Board of Trustees Chairman Stacy Budd (left) looks on. The picture is from the Institute's 1973 Cencaro yearbook. Hockaday served as president from 1969 to 1983 for the Institute that became Central Carolina Community College.

Hockaday left imprint on CCCC

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J.F. Hockaday Hall, on Central Carolina Community College's Lee County Campus, opened as the Administration Building in 1975. The college was then known as Central Carolina Technical Institute. The building was renamed in 2007 to honor the college's second president, Dr. J.F. "Jeff" Hockaday, who led the institution from 1969 to 1983.

Hockaday left imprint on CCCC

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Dr. Jeff Hockaday stands at the construction site of Central Carolina Technical Institute's Administration Building in this photo from the Institute's 1975 Cencaro yearbook. Hockaday led the institution (which became Central Carolina Community College) from 1969 to 1983. The building was renamed in his honor in 2007.

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