Edward L. Hamm Jr., the founder of E.L. Hamm & Associates, said last month that he has become "semi-retired," but his engineering and consulting firm still handles millions of dollars in contacts. The company's clients have included the Transportation Security Administration, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the U.S. Coast Guard.
And being semi-retired doesn't mean he's not staying busy. He is focusing on investment properties in Atlanta, Florida and Hampton Roads. And he is spending significant amounts of time on the various boards he sits on.
They include the board of visitors at Norfolk State University, the board of trustees of the Eastern Virginia Medical School Foundation and the board at Old Dominion University. He is also vice chairman of the Urban League of Hampton Roads.
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