He was a professor of business and communications at Canisius College, then moved to Florida in 1984.
“He had a love for the city of St. Augustine,” his daughter, Vanessa Hlavaty, said.
Mr. Hammond taught business and communication at Jacksonville University, then moved to Wesley Chapel, near Tampa.
There, he served as a business consultant for two Tampa companies, Kaset International, which specializes in customer service training programs, and Achieve Global, which provides leadership training. Also an independent consultant for many years, he joined the faculty of St. Leo University near Tampa, where he chaired the Department of Communication Management and Health Care Administration. He retired in 2013.
A philanthropist who directed his assistance to animal charities and the homeless, Mr. Hammond sat on the boards of many organizations, including the South Shore Symphony Orchestra in Tampa, Fla., where June Hammond, his former wife, is music…