Bringing Our Fair Share to the Desert Communities.
A Fighter for Our Community
Johnathon Ervin is proud to call the Antelope Valley his home for the last 17 years. Originally from the Rust Belt city of Flint, Michigan, where he was raised by his grandparents on old-fashioned values.
After graduating high school, he enlisted in the United States Air Force where he served for 10 and a half years and earned two degrees in Electronics Technology.
Johnathon was honorably discharged from active service in 2007 and chose to reenlist in the United States Air Force Reserve. He continues to serve today and was promoted in December 2014 to the rank of Senior Master Sergeant (E-8).
In his civilian career, Johnathon works as an Engineering Manager for Northrop Grumman where he manages a team of engineers. He has served as a Planning Commissioner for the City of Lancaster and as a School Board Member for Muroc Joint Unified School District. He lives in Lancaster with his wife, Cathy – an Air Force veteran herself – and their children.
After spending his adult life serving his country and community, Johnathon is ready to take the next step.