John Hedrick (1915-2005)
The J.H. Hedrick Construction Co. was founded by John Hedrick in 1947 just two years after John returned from WW-2 where he served as a US Army Air Corps officer.
Admiral Roger Hedrick USN/Ret. (1914-2006)
Roger joined his younger brother John in running the company following his retirement from a long distinguished career in the US Navy. As a LCDR squadron commander and F4U Corsair fighter pilot, Roger shot down 11 Japanese aircraft during the war.
Ray Watt (1919-2009)
One of California’s largest and most successful builders of the post war period of 1950 to 2009, Ray constructed more than five billion dollars of real estate developments during his life time. Click HERE for more on Ray.
LCDR Tom McBride USN/Ret.
At the invitation of Admiral Roger Hedrick, Tom joined the Hedrick Construction Company following his career in the Navy. Tom was a WW-2 F4U Corsair fighter pilot who often flew as the wing man of LCDR. Hedrick during the war. After establishing a series of real estate companies in San Diego, California, he moved on to become the real estate broker to represent the Hedrick Construction Co. and ultimately became a partner in the firm. Currently Tom serves as the President of the Hedrick-McBride Development Company and is supported by a team of expert individuals in the real estate and development business.
Currently, Tom is busily involved representing the Inland LLP Corp. in Hong Kong and China PRC with the EB-5 Visa Green Card program. He is also earnestly encouraging Hong Kong Real Estate Developers to take control of the HMDC in cooperation with the Inland Energy Corp. of America and commence doing business in both Hong Kong and in California.