Michael D. Luter
President and Founder
When Mike Luter started Arrowhead Environmental on April 3, 2006, he wanted to create a company that provided his customers with personalized, high-quality service, while also having a culture that would identify with his sense of loyalty and camaraderie. “I continue to be motivated by the opportunity to nurture a company where the culture of brotherhood, respect, and integrity govern our daily lives.”
Mike and his team work together under the concept of “ONE,” which is their constant reminder that they must rely on each other if they are going to be successful and always rising and falling together as one brotherhood. “I feel extremely blessed and humbled because I have an amazing team that has a tremendous work ethic and a dedication to our company culture that is rarely seen in the workplace anymore.” He notes that the bond is proof that no matter how badly the outside world behaves, Arrowhead team members are a band of brothers from all different walks of life who stick together to make Arrowhead a special place to work.
Mike enjoys that he can utilize his education, skills, and entrepreneurial drive to help Arrowhead increase its footprint in Virginia. He is passionate about continuing to offer his employees better opportunities both financially and professionally. Additionally, the excitement and challenge of growing Arrowhead by competing in the marketplace against much larger competitors really motivates him.
When Mike is not working on growing Arrowhead or enjoying family time at Lake Gaston, you can find him “working” at one of his passion “jobs.” He is a longtime coach of the championship youth baseball team, the Windsor Longhorns. Also, Mike and his wife Judy, along with their family, close friends, and Freedom Hunters, organize and hosts an annual pheasant hunting event for wounded veterans called the Legacy Ranch Tower Shoot. According to the Freedom Hunters organization, this hunt is the largest single hunting event in the country for wounded veterans.