Esteban Aranzabe was born in Montevideo, Uruguay where he attended high school and went onto the University of the Republic of Uruguay to study law. In 2003, Esteban immigrated from his home country and almost by luck landed on Martha's Vineyard. He quickly fell in love with the Island and it has been home ever since. 

Esteban learned his craft the old fashioned way – signing up with master craftsmen, refining his skills, solving problems and eventually earning his General Contractor’s license. 

An active community member, Esteban was a volunteer youth soccer coach for 14 years, bringing home three state championships. Because of his success mentoring boys and young men, he was asked to be the Head Coach of the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School’s Men’s Varsity Soccer team in 2014. Several of his players went on to play collegiate soccer.

More about Esteban:

Martha's Vineyard Times - Martha's Vineyard Under-18 team claims state soccer crown

Vineyard Magazine - On the Cusp 

Vineyard Gazette - High School Soccer Coaches Are Familiar Faces on the Pitch

Vineyard Gazette - Boys Soccer Wins Again; Moves on to South Sectional Semifinals

Vineyard Gazette - Post Season Play: Golf Scores Big, Soccer and Field Hockey Begin

Cape Cod Times Sinking feeling: Late goal costs Vineyarders championship against Norwell