Aaron Stigall started mowing lawns in Spiceland, Indiana, when he was just 11 years old. He steadily added more lawns to his list and eventually expanded into Delaware and Madison Counties. His lawn mowing business provided income to cover his four years of education at Ball State University.
In 2008, he purchased his commercial storefront, which formerly housed TSC, on State Road 3. This gave Ross Lawns & Landscaping a highly visible location which houses office space, a showroom, retail products, equipment, and a repair shop.
Ross Lawns employs up to 20 staff during peak season, providing landscape construction, concrete services, hardscapes, outdoor living spaces, land management, and lawn care services. Aaron plans to continue to grow his business and expand additional services at a steady rate. His business’s location near I-70 is especially convenient as the company has contracts spanning most of the state.
“We want to provide great services with meaningful relationships,” he expressed.
While he is passionate about business ownership, Aaron finds his escape in outdoor recreation and farming. He farms just over 500 acres in Henry County producing soy beans, corn, wheat, and custom hay services.
He chose to live and work in Henry County for many reasons. “I appreciate the small-town heritage. Morals still exist here… there’s accountability,” he noted. “I also enjoy the rural areas and access to hunting and fishing recreation.”
Aaron has this advice for those considering a return to Henry County to live and work: “Appreciate what we have here in our community. Donate your time, become a leader. Henry County is a great place to live and raise a family.”