Robert Jenne Stamm Edit Profile
Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering, University New Mexico, 1942. Postgraduate in Naval Architecture, United States Naval Academy, 1943.
With Bradbury Stamm Construction Company, Albuquerque, since 1946, chairman, since 1983, former Chief Executive Officer, president. Commander/retired United States Naval Reserve, 1943-1969.
Member University New Mexico Foundation, 1982-1994, New Mexico Commission on Higher Education, 1986-1995. Member centennial executive committee University New Mexico, chairman development fund, 1984-1985, 89-94. Trustee Albuquerque Community Foundation, 1983-2001.
Trustee Albuquerque Museum, 1993-1902, chairman 1995-1997, trustee National Conservancy/New Mexico, since 1998. Trustee New Mexico Museum Natural History Foundation, 1995-2001. Board directors, president Albuquerque Business-Education Compact, 1987-1988, Albuquerque Museum Foundation, 1986-1991, 96-97, Industrial Foundation Albuquerque.
Past board directors United Way, Girl Scouts United States of America, Boy Scouts American, Presbyterian Hospital Center Foundation, Presbyterian Heart Institute, Greater Albuquerque Community Educational Alliance, New Mexico First, Albuquerque Economic Forum, Albuquerque Young Men’s Christian Association, Anderson-Abruzzo International Balloon Museum. Member National Society of Professional Engineers (Albuquerque Engineer of Year 1987, New Mexico Lifetime Service award 1995), Associate General Contractors New Mexico (president building branch 1962), Economic Forum Albuquerque (board directors 1998-2002), Executive Association Greater Albuquerque, Albuquerque country Club (board directors 1972-1976, 87-89), Albuquerque Tennis Club (board directors 1978-1980).
Married Florence I. Bradbury, May 14, 1943. Children– R. Brad, Susan Stamm Evans.
1943 - 1969
Named for New Mexico Outstanding Philanthropic Leadership, 1994.