A Fond Farewell to Arch Lustberg

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Arch Lustberg, expert in the field of dynamic communication and good friend of USANA, died on Feb. 8, 2013.

Arch Lustberg, expert in the field of dynamic communication and good friend of USANA, died on Feb. 8, 2013.

USANA recently lost one its great friends, and I would like to take a moment to remember the man who touched so many lives through his work.

Arch Lustberg, an author and leader in the field of dynamic communication, passed away on Feb. 8.

For those of you who weren’t fortunate to meet Arch and learn from him, he was a great man full of charisma with an infectious spirit. He coached countless business leaders, including myself, on effective communication.

Through many Gold Retreats, he was able to not only help new USANA Gold Directors build their businesses, but he also became their friend with his warm words and a fun and exciting way of presenting.

Arch was a great friend to USANA. His loss will truly be felt throughout the company and by Associates all around the world. He was a special man and this is a great loss.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends, and we hope they know that Arch touched the lives of many and helped them transform the world for the better.

Arch, you will be missed greatly but your lessons will live on.

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  1. Tarah Harl
    Tarah Harl says:

    What a great loss!! Arch was my absolute favorite part of our Gold Retreat! His personality and infectious spirit made you fall in love with him almost immediately. His work will be passed on in our business and countless others! Many Blessings to his family during this time of loss.

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