“I started this because I wanted to help people.”
– R.C. Cunningham, Founder
March 22, 1927 – August 8, 2018
Raymond Charles Cunningham II, known as R.C., went to be with the Lord August 8, 2018. He was born in Oklahoma City on March 22, 1927 to Margaret and Raymond Cunningham. R.C. graduated from Kemper Military High School. He proudly served our country in the Navy and, following his service, graduated from the University of Oklahoma.
R.C. was instrumental in numerous construction and entrepreneurial businesses, activities, and organizations throughout his life. He was responsible for constructing many buildings such as the Lloyd Noble Center and Physical Science Tower at the University of Oklahoma, and other notable buildings in and around Oklahoma. He loved playing tennis and remained active in this sport until he was nearly 90. He enjoyed flying his plane, traveling the world, and being an active member of the Young Presidents Organization (YPO).
R.C.’s relentless passion for helping others led to the creation and success of Miraflex. He was introduced to the product soon after it was first developed, using it on his sore knee. Within minutes, he experienced complete relief! R.C. was so impressed that he bought the company. Soon after, he named it “Miraflex” because of its miracle-like ability to heal, relieve pain, and restore flexibility. Since that time, R.C. has enhanced the formula several times, making it even stronger and more effective. “Miraflex R3” is now the proven standard for immediate pain relief and reducing inflammation, used across the United States as well as throughout a growing number of countries around the world.
The success of Miraflex is solely the result of R.C. Cunningham’s hard work and heartfelt belief in the product, knowing he could help people feel better and heal faster. Nearly every day, R.C. found people in need of pain relief, making new friends and customers everywhere he went. And, as many of you remember, he always had an infectious smile, friendly handshake, and an extra tube of Miraflex for those who needed it. He will be truly missed.
The picture below is of R.C. from the early 1930’s. From the look of it, we believe this also may be the day of his first sale.