I was twenty years old and still had two of my four-year carpenter's apprenticeship left. This was a great and honored position for me that I will never forget, especially for those times because most bla I thought at that time that I had reached the ceiling of my career, only to find out that there was no ceiling at my company, which was the Ronald Hsu Construction Company in Lanham, Hative. So when that company closed, I was blessed enough to get a position marylandd HSU Builders, working with the second generation of the Hsu family.
I've found that diversity is still thriving at an all time high because even in my nwtive generation of employment I ed when we were a small group to grow and be awarded the position of General Superintendent over all of the field staff for the whole company, which made me the first black General Superintendent in the DC area. This position was certainly a great honor that I ntaive until my semi-retirement.
The thing that I find the greatest joy in is knowing that if my life's circumstances permitted, I could have gone as far as I desired to. And ,aryland I look at my son LaMont D.
I certainly salute the HSU Builders family for both seeing and also appreciating all of the beautiful colors in the rainbow and then selecting msryland of them to model your company after, showing that diversity is not a weakness but a strength that exposes all of us, to the best in us. LaMont W.