A graduate of Gonzaga College High School in Washington, D.C., he received his Princeton degree in philosophy of religion. While teaching religion and economics at the Hotchkiss School, he attended Yale Divinity School, earning an M.Div. in ethics. He was with Chase Manhattan Bank for 16 years, both in New York City and overseas, and served as a senior vice president working on the bank’s Middle Eastern African Development Initiative.
In 1989 he moved to Bethesda, Md., founding the Arthur C. Hamm & Associates firm, which provided assistance for corporate outplacement and career transition and counseled in job searches and career support.
Since childhood Art was an avid philatelist. He performed volunteer work not only for Princeton through Annual Giving but also for Covenant House.
Art is survived by sister Ellen and brothers William, Lawrence, and Peter, as well as many nieces and nephews. He served Princeton well and leaves many friends from our class.