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Hammock named to "Most Loyals"

A photo of Jon Hammock.

 Jon Hammock will be recognized as Most Loyal Alumni Mountaineer.

Jon Hammock, president and CEO of KeyLogic Systems in Morgantown, has been selected as Most Loyal Alumni Mountaineer. The Most Loyal Alumni Mountaineer exemplifies faithfulness to the ideas and goals of the University and exhibits support for WVU activities and operations through leadership and service.

Hammock founded KeyLogic in 1999 and has built the firm into a successful professional services, engineering and technology firm with an extensive presence in the government market, including federal civilian, energy and national security agencies. The company employs approximately 170 people, many in the Morgantown/Fairmont area.

Outside of KeyLogic, Hammock is a serial entrepreneur, constantly expanding his business acumen and portfolio with projects and investments in commercial and residential real estate, aviation and hospitality. He is also part of an angel investment group that is providing capital to emerging businesses with a focus in West Virginia.

Hammock earned his bachelor’s degree in computer science from WVU and an MBA from the University of South Carolina. He is a member of the Lane Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering’s Academy of Distinguished Graduates, and chairs the Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources Advisory Committee.

Hammock and his wife, Lynn, actively support the WVU Foundation, Mountaineer Athletic Club, WVU Solar Decathlon Team, WVU Robotics Team and CyberWVU competition.

Other honorees include Ronald Wilkinson, Most Loyal West Virginian; Mannon Gallegly, Most Loyal Faculty/Professional Staff Mountaineer; and Barbara Bodkins, Most Loyal Classified Staff Mountaineer. The group will be honored during halftime ceremonies of Saturday’s (Oct. 28) WVU-Oklahoma State football game.

The award recipients are selected by a joint committee representing the WVU Foundation, WVU Alumni Association, WVU Staff Council, WVU Faculty Senate and the Mountaineer Week organizing committee.



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