Jon Urbana, Living Life to the Fullest

Based in Denver, Colorado Jon Urbana is a well-round fun loving guy. Drive, commitment, and a positive attitude is a winning combination he learned at Villanova and Jon has all those characteristics. He has turned his many interests into successful opportunities. He supports charity work for animals, is a certified FAA pilot, and maintains his creativity through photography and music.

Joh has created a crowdrise page for the feline population of Denver, Colorado. The crowdrise page supports the Animal Rescue and Adaption Society (ARAS). The society is a no-kill shelter. It is a safe long-term environment for cats without a home. The organization is an advocate against cruelty to animals and any funds that are raised on the crowdrise page go straight to ARAS of Denver. Their current goal is to raise $1,200 dollars.

As a pilot, Jon has earned himself a place with the prestigious Airmen Certification Database. The database is supported by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). This recognition supports Jon and his aim towards safety and building a better environment not only for himself but for the people around him as well. It also means that Jon has met the FAA standards which are among the highest standards in the world. Jon, again, is turning his interests into success.

Featured on the MTV website, Jon has lent his musical talents in effort to raise money for the Earth Force charity. He has set his goal at $1,750. Jon is a perfect example of, “It is never too late to…” He started out as a lacrosse player and later move into music. He is a self-taught musician. His photography talents come into play with his music in a video he create to support the Earth Force charity.

Jon Urbana is a multi-talented gentleman who promotes charities and makes this world a better place by simply being himself. He is an inspiration to those who think they are limited to one career in life. Jon (Twitter user @jonurbana1) is an example of a person who lives life to the fullest. He doesn’t let the lack of experience keep him from progress.

March 4, 2016