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: Jess and Larse Askeroth

A Solid Foundation

Key Directors Jess and Larse Askeroth of Parowan, Utah, take health matters seriously. Jess is a semi-retired chiropractor and Larse has spent several years working in his office. So when a friend introduced them to Reliv in February 2006, they were skeptical. Continue reading “My Story: Jess and Larse Askeroth”

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: Kirk and Katie Leadbetter

Business Bounces Back

Senior Directors Kirk and Katie Leadbetter of Anchorage, Alaska, know firsthand how resilient a Reliv business can be. “For a long stretch, life events prevented us from fully operating our business,” Katie explains. “Yet somehow it stayed intact. Now that we’re able to devote more time, things are booming!” Continue reading “My Story: Kirk and Katie Leadbetter”

My Story: Rosey and Al Dosch

Knuckle Down, Buckle Down
Rosey and Al Dosch, of Frederick, South Dakota, were working hard to make ends meet when Al saw an ad for Reliv in the local farm magazine. The couple called and agreed to attend a Tuesday Opportunity Meeting.
In February 2007, the Doschs came in as Master Affiliates and immediately began setting up booths at local fairs and health expos. “By the end of March, we had 70 customers,” Rosey says. “We made $6,000 our first month and have been averaging $2,500 to $4,000 a month since.” Continue reading “My Story: Rosey and Al Dosch”