It is with sadness that we post this last message from Worldprofit’s Dealer John Covault on his passing April 18 2014

Hello My Name Is John Covault.

If You Are Reading This I’m Not In This World Any More I Have Left The Building. I Am So Glad I Had Become A Dealer At Worldprofit I Needed Something To Keep My Mind Off All My Problems. And It Worked. When You Get Old You Set Around Wondering What’s Going To Happen Next? And Being Able To Have Something To Do Really Helps. You Don’t Know How Much….I Was Born 3/7/1915 In Los Angeles Calf. And Left This World The Day This Is Posted.

I Do Not Want Any One Feeling Bad I Had A Long Life And Worldprofit Help Me Through The Last Few Month Or Years What Ever It Happens To Be. I Started Here. 12/21/2013 But I Had Fallowed Worldprofit For Around 9 Years. Love You All Until We Meet Again. My Grand Son Stephen Covault Will Take Over Now .

3 comments

  1. Having just finished reading this, admittedly, I was shocked at the suddenness of this sad news. Only two days had passed when I sent Reverend John a private message; my best wishes for his 99th birthday, and regrets that I was unable to be in attendance for this celebration in Worldprofit’s Live Business Center.

    My tribute to Reverend John is his ever-presence in the Live Business Center, always welcoming in new members, alleviating any concerns that new associates had, based on his own personal experience, and, most notably, always taking the time to pop in and say, “Good Day”, and “Thank-You”.

    Reverend John, it was a pleasure to meet you, Sir. You left a lasting impression, and your spirit will always be with me in the Live Business Center.

  2. Sandi, George, I really messed this up..the above post….. I just read it after my shift, and, having been so used to seeing John in the Member’s area, I guess it caught me off guard. I do realize it was Wallace’s 89th birthday, and of course , John’s was this past March, but I don’t know how to “delete” or “revise” this post.
    I tried several ways, but, I guess I will leave it up to you.

    My revision below –

    Having just finished reading this, admittedly, I was shocked at the suddenness of this sad news.

    My tribute to Reverend John is his ever-presence in the Live Business Center, always welcoming in new members, alleviating any concerns that new associates had, based on his own personal experience, and, most notably, always taking the time to pop in and say, “Good Day”, and “Thank-You”.

    Reverend John, it was a pleasure to meet you, Sir. You left a lasting impression, and your spirit will always be with me in the Live Business Center.

  3. Thanks for sharing your thoughts on john covault.
    Regards

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