HEROES LAWN CARE OF Northeast San Antonio Texas OWNER

Meet Jonathan (Jon) Arsenea, General Manager at Heroes Lawn Care of Northeast San Antonio. Jon believes in people and what they are capable of — plain and simple. He believes every individual has value, and it’s important we look within ourselves to find where that value lies. As humans we are all valuable and it is in watching others progress and grow, interacting with folks at work or in Jon’s personal life that brings him joy. As a dog father, Jon enjoys going to the river, swimming around, and spending time with his younger brother, who he has definitely not attempted to drown! All jokes aside, he and his brother have a great friendship. Jon enjoys playing and watching sports, mostly football and volleyball. And, things can get pretty interesting in Jon’s household as he and his wife have a personal rivalry amongst NFL teams (she's a Jets fan). Jon also enjoys renovating homes and building decks. He says, “seeing the final product is worth all of the work that went into it.” Jon and his family moved to San Antonio from Midland, TX in January of 2011 and love it so much, they decided they can’t live anywhere else! Jon loves San Antonio’s endless beauty and vibrance of people in the community. When studying Finance at Texas State, Jon could feel how immersed locals of all ages and demographics were in the value of San Antonio, both in the social scene, and through how well the community took care of its natural surroundings. “I feel strongly about taking pride in this area and hope to be able to contribute to that. Years ago, with the help of some friends, we started setting out trash bins along the San Marcos River to help eliminate pollution. Sure enough, within a week, trash bins were filled up and much less pollution was found throughout the river. It was such a relief to be able to see, that when presented with the opportunity, people will be responsible and help keep this majestic area clean.”

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Waste no more time arguing about what a good man should be. Be one.

- Marcus Aurelius

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