Books are the coolest. Digital audio directly in your headphones is really great. Business Support Materials directly relating to your business that are quickly and easily delivered to you via all streams of transportation (planes, trains, automobiles, and phones)? The best. Publications makes all of this happen. But they also make sure all of these materials jump through all the hoops to meet Amway’s™ Accreditation Plus standards long before it gets to you.
Director of Publications
Warehouse Assistant Manager
In Loving Memory
Michael B. Comerford
OCTOBER 15, 1965 – MARCH 1, 2021
In Mike’s 25+ years with WWG™, he was a quirky and fun coworker, a strong employee, and a valued, loyal, and wonderful friend to anyone who knew him. Almost every department in the company had the pleasure of working side-by-side with Mike over the years, because he worked in almost every department!
So many people have loving, funny, and numerous “Mikey” stories that follow his time here. He was always ready to help where he could, and the first to invite you to “Thai Tuesday” for lunch. Mike loved to show off his replica 1965 big block Cobra he built from the ground up, and his Nascar™ memorabilia rivaled just about anyone … as did his stories about the days he worked on a Nascar truck series team.
The loss of Mike weighs heavily on his family, friends, and the entire WWG staff—he will be deeply missed. Please keep Mike’s family and friends in your thoughts and prayers.
In Loving Memory
Douglas Dee Stavenjord
June 23, 1982 - August 5, 2020
Doug started his 20-year career with World Wide Group in the warehouse while he was still in high school. After several years, he became the warehouse manager, but when an opportunity opened for him to move into a new position at WWG headquarters as an accreditation specialist, he jumped at the chance.
Doug’s position grew to become an integral part in keeping WWG at the level of standard you’ve come to expect from our company. He was a very hard worker and went above and beyond to gain inside understanding of the company and its workings to better his own perspective. He was a reliable, responsible, and loyal employee.
While many of us knew Doug as a friend and coworker, his most valued role was that of husband to his wife, Crystal, and father to their four boys: Tyler, Dylan, Devin, and Logan.
The impact of the loss of Doug will be felt tremendously by his family, friends, and coworkers, and he will forever be missed. If you’d like to donate to a scholarship fund for Doug and Crystal’s sons, press the button below.