The story of Bob Weatherly's life is a lesson of courage and dreams.
Bob Weatherly knew a lot about dreams. Because every time life defeated one of his dreams, Bob found a bigger dream to take its place. Raised on an Iowa farm in the aftermath of the Great Depression, Bob was diagnosed with diabetes at the age of 10, which changed everything. Especially his dreams.
"When I was just a boy I discovered the principle that has guided my life: when your dreams don't turn out, you've got to go get new dreams."
And so he did, becoming a Washington State Park Ranger in the Peace Arch International Park and mayor of his hometown, founding an oil distribution company, farming, investing in banking and real estate, becoming a business advisor to one of the wealthiest families in the world, and founding Re-Vita.
And at each stage of his life there was crisis leading to new dreams, new and greater triumph. Which is part of the reason that Bob saw crisis as opportunity, why he saw hunger as an opportunity to be fed...and to be the one who provides the food.
Bob Weatherly not only developed the perfect product to feed starving children, he offers the opportunity for everyone to have good health, wealth and to feed children at the same time.