Jim Lamon Biography

Jim Lamon is a veteran who gave six years of his life to the position of Army Airborne Officer. He spent three years of those periods in Germany during the Cold War where he saw the stark difference between American freedom and Communist oppression. Jim Lamon is currently holding the position of U.S. Senate Candidate for the Arizona United States.

Jim always prioritized his veteran work and today he owes a company where 20% of his staff served in the military of the USA. Jim’s company was pursued by the policy tag called Made In America. The company owes at least 70% of its spending in America, four times the national average of those who have served.

Early Life

As per online records, Jim was born in March 1956 and grew up in Fountain Hills, Arizona. He has been doing this work since May 2021 and it has been 9 months since he joined the candidacy. He received his bachelor’s degree in science, and civil engineering from the University of Alabama.

Jim received his secondary education of bachelor’s degree from 1975 to 1979. His father was a construction engineer and a Command Sergeant Major in the United States Army Reserve and his mother was the homemaker while his father was running to mend his business or working part-time to earn livelihood for the family.

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Jim Lamon Career

Jim Lamon established DEPCOM, Inc., in 2013, headquartered in Scottsdale. The company quickly gained recognition as the fastest-growing private firm in the USA, specializing in Engineering, Construction, Operations & Maintenance. It focused on PV solar power plants, designed to provide affordable energy and lucrative returns.

DEPCOM made significant community contributions, prioritizing veteran employment (35% of staff) and aiding 7% of the US population. Veterans were recruited through Empower America, a nonprofit helping them enter the thriving industry.

Before founding DEPCOM, Jim Lamon amassed 20 years of experience in coal and gas-fired power plants. An Arizona conservative politics leader, he supported Republican candidates and invested nearly $2 million to expand voter registration before the 2022 midterm.

Jim’s first job at 7 involved shoveling manure for $0.25 per stall, cultivating skills he applied to cleaning Washington’s spaces. He also played football under legendary coach Bear Bryant, imbibing dedication and teamwork principles taught by his father.

Jim Lamon Biography

Real Name James R. Lamon
Birth Date March 1956
Age (as of 2023) 67 Years
Birth Place Arizona, United States
Nationality American
Profession Lawmaker
Religion Christianity
Sun sign

Physical Statistics

Height in feet inches – 6’ 0” – in Centimeters – 182 cm
Weight in Kilograms – 85 kg  –  in Pounds –  187 lbs
Shoe Size 12 (U.S.)
Hair Color Dark Brown
Eye Color Dark Brown
Body Type Average

Family

Father
Mother
Sister
Brother

Qualification/Education

School
College University of Alabama

Relationship Status

Marital Status Married
Who is his wife? Karin Lamon
Children Two
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Personal life

As far as his personal life is concerned, Jim likes to keep that information only to himself. However, we got to know that his wife’s name is Karin Lamon and Jim is the father of two adult children. Also, he has now become the grandfather of two grown children. He has been an active personality who is a follower of the Christian faith and philanthropy.

Today, he loves performing weight training, hiking, and yoga. There is no specific information about Jim’s children and grandchildren or daughter-in-law. Seeing his Instagram pictures, it seems as if he is having a great time with his son, grandson, and daughter-in-law. They all seem to be together in one posted picture on Instagram.

Jim Lamon Net Worth

No doubt, Jim must be earning millions from his entrepreneurship. He has been involved in the candidacy of Arizona, U.S. for years. He founded DEPCOM Power, Inc. in November 2013 and as per the records, he owns stakes of more than $50 million in August 2015. Jim possesses at least 25 years of managing the work with 500 executives. 

20 thoughts on “Jim Lamon Biography”

    • I’m a Christian and I firmly believe in Jesus Christ as my savior. I am not running for office and I say, “Let’s go Brandon.”

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    • “Self proclaimed”?
      Doesn’t that apply to ALL Christians??
      God doesn’t send out certificates
      Of authenticity.

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    • Let me guess, you don’t know what “Lets go Brandon” implies. At this time it can mean “F**K Joe Biden” if it is directed at Joey. But it defines a contempt for an obvious false statement from a person of deceit and since you are not a Christian, it defines you too.

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  1. Jim Lehman should be well qualified and because of that the negative comments here suggest total lack of learning what values and past experiences this candidate has.

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  2. Maybe he can build a wall that doesn’t have flimsy thin metal. Trump had no idea how to build a wall. Jim, make sure the wall is 30 feet high loaded with concrete and steel that is encased in iron so thick that a cutting torch can’t touch it. Start over from scratch and do it right.

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  3. Jim Lamon’s attack ad mailer against Blake Masters is the most vicious, salacious ad I’ve ever seen. I will never vote for him and will encourage others to do the same.

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  4. That is so wierd, If you “attack” a demonRAT you’re evil, a racist. But if you are a demonRAT you can say and do whatever you want and it’s OK. Watch 2000 mules Cliff before you vote demonRAT again.

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  5. To those that are Christians…
    Pro 18:2
    Pro 20:3
    Pro 23:9
    Ecc 10:12
    1Pe 1:22
    2Co 5:14-21
    We live in this time so this is what to expect from them…
    Mar 13:

    To all others. There is a better way to live.
    John 3:1-21
    All you have to do is ask for this free gift…
    Rommans 5:15-19

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  6. Where’s the like button for your comment. ” LIKE ” Lamon was born here in Arizona like myself. I know Trump supports Blake, but nobody’s perfect. Lamon has my vote

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