MILL CREEK, WASH. Riley Arthur Livingston, 44, died of undisclosed causes Wednesday, Dec. 19, in Mill Creek, Wash.
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A memorial service is 10 a.m. Saturday at Purdy and Walters at Floral Hills Funeral Home and Cemetery, Lynnwood, Wash.
He was born May 2, 1968, in Great Falls. He graduated from Charles M. Russell High School and then later attended Seattle Pacific University, receiving his B.S. in exercise physiology and corporate fitness. He was the CEO, owner and co-founder of businesses such as Biogenesis, Zip-Fizz, and Innova Nutrition Corporations.
He was a member of First Presbyterian Church, Mill Creek Golf Club and was involved in the Seattle University scholarship fund. He enjoyed working out, especially lifting weights, martial arts and swimming. Riley was an energetic, loving and generous person, who was dedicated to his friends, family and his work. He was concerned about health and fitness, and his calling in life was to create three companies dedicated to those principles. He loved the sun and the outdoors and enjoying life with his family.
He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Duncan and Genevieve Livingston and Darlene and Arthur Couch; and uncle Jim Livingston.
He is survived by his parents, Gerald and Carol Livingston; brother Michael Livingston; children Grayson, 16 years; Amaiya, 12 years; Riley Junior, 6 years; and Jaxston, 5 years; uncle and aunts John and Carmen Davis and John and and Beverly Livingston; cousins Tracy, Diane, Mark and Mary; former wife, Gina Martello Livingston; and fiance Chanelle Livingston.
Words cannot express how we will miss our Riley, but we will be with him one day. If you would like to make memorial donations in his honor, you can do so at the Boys and Girls Club of King County, Seattle Pacific Scholarship Fund and the Unspoken Angel Golf Invitational for autistic and disabled children.
Condolences may be posted online at www.gftribune.com/obituaries.
Published in Great Falls Tribune on Dec. 28, 2012