Born on July 10th 1951 in Sombor, Vojvodina, Serbia; happily married for 45 years, father to 2 adult children (43 & 42); graduated from the Grammar School in Sombor (1970) and the Faculty of Philosophy – English Language and Literature at Novi Sad University (B.A. 1974). He did a specialist course in Scientific and Professional Translation in Belgrade (1979). He spent most of his working life teaching English, business correspondence and translation at grammar schools, secondary technical and teacher training school. In the early 1980s Karlo Hameder was the Official Translator at the Dujailah Project in Iraq. In 1993 he founded Olympos Language School and Technical Translation Service in Sombor, which he ran until his retirement in 2015.
He has written a number of essays and articles on various topics, which were used in the teaching process or examples within the framework of exam preparation courses though they never aimed to be published. However, Karlo has written a number of articles for the electronic magazine Mason (Scribd) and Neimar (Builder), both in English and Serbian in the last nine years. His book Freemasonry through the Funnel and its Serbian equivalent Somborski sinovi udovice were published at Smashwords.com together with 8 Masonic books of translation from English into Serbian: Poema Regius, Rukopis Cooke and Rukopis Dowland, Bolonjski Statuti iz 1248. Godine, Strazburski Statuti iz 1459. Godine, Zbirka Zidarskih Propisa Venecije iz 1307. Godine, Rkopis Lansdowne and Rukopis Papworth.
Karlo Hameder is also a keen photographer (apply to connect to firstname.lastname@example.org ), an ecologist (including human relations). He respects hard work, peace, recognition of cultural diversity and global patriotism.