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CEO job at Reliv doesn't come with a raise

CEO job at Reliv doesn't come with a raise

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Ryan Montgomery's promotion to chief executive of Reliv International didn't come with a raise.

Montgomery succeeded his father, Robert Montgomery, in June as CEO of the Chesterfield-based maker of nutritional supplements, but his salary for 2018 remained unchanged at $180,690.

Ryan Montgomery's total compensation, disclosed Friday in Reliv's proxy statement, was $197,290. His perquisites included a $13,200 travel allowance and $2,000 worth of life insurance.

Robert Montgomery, who remains chairman, earned a salary of $559,516 and total compensation of $603,261, down from $665,951 in 2017.

Two other executives also earned more than the CEO: Thomas Pinnock, president of sales and marketing, made $336,749 and R. Scott Montgomery, Ryan's brother, made $207,200 as president of operations and international.

Reliv lost $1.9 million last year and its share price declined 11 percent.

Here's what 30 St. Louis CEOs earned in 2017:

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