My Story: Chuck and Kathy Bentley

Enjoying the Journey

When Senior Directors Chuck and Kathy Bentley of Colorado Springs, Colorado, discovered Reliv, it was an answer to a prayer. Chuck, now a worship pastor, had been self-employed as a musician for years while Kathy worked as a stay-at-home mom and home-school teacher for their five children. The demands of a big family left them unable to save for retirement or the kids’ education and even brought on some debt. Continue reading “My Story: Chuck and Kathy Bentley”

My Story: Tom and Eva Curtin

Excelling With Reliv

As owners of the Martial Arts Center for Health since 1992, Reliv Ambassadors Tom and Eva Curtin of Mt. Dora, Florida, have seen the detrimental toll that financial stress can take on a person’s health. Continue reading “My Story: Tom and Eva Curtin”

My Story: Annie and Angelo Lombardo

A Change of Plans With Reliv

Life has a way of showing us new paths. Such was the case for civil engineers and Reliv Key Directors Annie and Angelo Lombardo of Norman, Oklahoma. They originally tried Reliv for the health benefits. The business came later. “It just happened naturally,” says Panama-born Annie. Continue reading “My Story: Annie and Angelo Lombardo”

My Story: Julie and Mark Simpson

A Passion for the Work

According to Senior Directors Julie and Mark Simpson of Wichita, Kansas, the key to achieving success with Reliv is to remember that it is much more than a business. “When I realized that my work with Reliv wasn’t about me, but was instead about making a difference in other people’s lives, my business just took off from there,” says Julie. Continue reading “My Story: Julie and Mark Simpson”

My Story: Sheryl Whipple

Vacation Trip Launches a Business

Sheryl Whipple of Woodlands, Texas, knows BUSY. Yet the mother of eight children who home schooled for 20 years and worked part-time as a nurse, found time for Reliv and now reaps the benefits as a Senior Director. After Sheryl and her husband, Peter, attended the Reliv International Conference in July 2005, there was no stopping them. Continue reading “My Story: Sheryl Whipple”