and Commercial Services to Deliver August Commencement Address
Article written by email@example.com on Jul. 10, 2013
Bobby Jenkins, Owner of ABC Home and Commercial Services since 1981, will present the commencement address to the Concordia University Texas summer graduating class of 2013 at Riverbend Centre on Saturday, August 3, at 2 p.m.
Currently, Jenkins is the co-founder and board chairman of Recognize Good and is a board member of the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. He presently serves on the Transit Working Group for the City of Austin. Jenkins is also the current co-chair for the United Way Annual Campaign and serves on the Agricultural Development Council and Mays Business School Development Council at Texas A&M University.
Previously, Jenkins served as the past chair of the Austin Chamber of Commerce. He also served as a former president of both the Texas and National Pest Management Associations and a past chair, and current board member, of the Better Business Bureau, Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse and the Alzheimer’s Association. He served as a chair for Caritas of Austin and has served as a tri-chair for the bond oversight committee with AISD. He also was a co-chair for the Heart Walk for the American Heart Association and currently serves on the board.
ABC Home and Commercial Services offices’ located in Austin, San Antonio, College Station and Corpus Christi, ABC offers a wide variety of services including pest and termite control, lawn care and mowing, landscaping and irrigation, tree trimming, air conditioning and heating, plumbing and electrical, pool cleaning and repair, handyman services and security system installation and monitoring.
Jenkins is a graduate of Texas A&M University with a degree in business management. He has been married to his wife Jan for 30 years and they have three grown children; Jessica, Chelsea and Bo, and a grandson, John.
Commencement services are free and open to the public. Seats do fill quickly, so early arrival is recommended. Doors may be closed once the service begins to avoid disruption.
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