Darryl R. Hamm Portrait

Darryl was elected in 2016 Chairman, Board of Directors, of Keystone Service Systems.    As a member since 2011 he has also been on the finance and quality committees.   During 2014 and 2015, he also chaired KSS’s Quality Committee.

Darryl retired in 2010 from a 40-year career mostly in the military and public sector. As a full-time member of the Pennsylvania Army National Guard for approximately 35 years, Darryl held a number of key leadership positions. Throughout his career, he managed several military and federal civilian Human Resource programs with increasing levels of responsibility. He ultimately served as the agency’s labor relations officer and Deputy Human Resource Officer. Darryl served as the first individual to fill the newly created Command Chief Warrant Officer position for the Pennsylvania Army National Guard until his retirement in 2005 achieving the rank of Chief Warrant Officer Five. Upon his retirement, he was awarded the Legion of Merit from the United States Army and the Pennsylvania Distinguished Service Medal.

After his retirement from the military and federal sector, Darryl spent a year at Highmark Blue Shield as a Leadership and Career Development Consultant. He then worked until his most recent retirement in 2010 as a Labor Relations Analyst for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

Darryl was an adjunct professor at Penn State – Harrisburg, Central Penn College and Eastern University teaching leadership, management, strategic planning and human resource courses at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.

He is a second term Member (Public-at-large) and Secretary, Architects Licensure Board, Department of State, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.   Additionally, he is the Public Director, Board of Directors National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB), Washington D.C.

He is active in his church, St. John’s Lutheran Church of Hoernerstown currently serving as president of its council. 

Darryl earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Organizational Leadership from Eastern University and a Master of Business Administration from Shippensburg University.

Darryl and his wife Carol live in Lower Paxton Township.  They have one daughter and one granddaughter.