Patch Life Utilities is currently a Sole Proprietorship started by Andrew Zheng of St. Louis, MO USA in January of 2015. The concept, which was ever evolving over the years, arose out of Andrew's growing life vision to create a better community. A community that has genuine good people that all work together hand in hand, without segregation or societally created obstacles, to advance this world toward better forward progress in what should truly matter; universal happiness.
Over the years Andrew has conceptualized a way to bring people together and mentored a unity of peoples towards common goals. Starting with leading various activities during grade school Andrew felt obligated and determined to establish his mission of extracting, encouraging, and equipping people (specifically at the time young adults) with what was necessary to make them truly successful on all fronts of their lives.
This idea would be reinforced with his attempt to develop a social non-profit group in high school called Aerofluct Creed. Starting as a common interest activities venture, the group soon grew into a arts and self expression facet that allowed friends to do activities as a group, find an acceptable safe party to be around, and experience a taste of youthful unity towards a common goal.
While in the Marine Corps, Andrew once again attempted an idea with a non-profit performing band called NAMSET to play in the local area providing the community with the sound universal language of music. Also as the Single Marine Program representative, Sergeant Zheng brought to the service members aboard the base Camp Lejeune, NC the care and attention they required in organization awareness, educational, and enjoyable activities to all; this included setting the Guinness Book of World Records title for the most people performing a chain push-up of 138 Sailors and Marines.
As the idea evolved through more groups, activities, volunteering, and experiences, the honed in concept of Patch Life Utilities was developed and finalized.