At the age of 84, Rex Maughan, the pioneer of Forever Living Products, passed away.
Maughan was a worldwide humanitarian, real estate developer, outdoorsman, and entrepreneur who converted his knowledge of aloe vera’s advantages into a 43-year-old commercial endeavor.
Forever Living began in Maughan’s garage in 1978 and has grown to become one of the world’s leading aloe vera growers and manufacturers, with operations in over 160 countries.
Gregg Maughan, Rex’s son and President of Forever Living Products International, remarked, “I am very proud of what my father has achieved.” “He has impacted the lives of so many people all around the world, and he gets the most joy from watching others flourish. His name will be remembered for a long time.”
Maughan also founded Forever Resorts, a collection of unusual vacation and entertainment facilities that includes more than 20 across Africa, and he paid back by establishing a school and library in Samoa that carries his name. Maughan’s other charitable endeavors included funding a clean water project, restoring a historic cemetery, and saving 30,000 acres of low-lying rainforest on the island of Savai’i.
Navaz Ghaswala, Executive Vice President, Forever Living Products International, said, “From the beginning, Rex established Forever intending to help people look better and feel better via the nutritious products and business opportunity that the firm offers.” “His principles of honesty, empathy, and enjoyment are central to all we do, and they are as important now as they were 43 years ago.”
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