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Military wife chosen as Shine.FM's 2014 Super Mom

Posted: Jan 29, 2014


Becky Reid of Greenwood, Ind., is the winner of the 2014 Super Mom Contest, sponsored by Shine.FM and Bob Rohrman Indy Honda.

In nominating his wife for this award, Staff Sgt. Mike Reid wrote: “When I deployed to Iraq with the U.S. Army, she took care of two small kids alone until a serious illness almost claimed her life. But she fought back to complete health. She welcomed me back from Iraq, and we had a third beautiful girl.

“Since then, she has served as the children's ministry director at two churches and joined her entire family on a mission trip. But she always has time to cook amazing meals and stay up late helping our kids with homework so I can concentrate on attending seminary. And she never complains. She just loves and serves her family and church unconditionally.”

Shine.FM plans to help Becky celebrate the Big Game (Super Bowl XLVIII) — and to make Saturday, February 1, 2014, more about Becky than about touchdowns.

To kick off her big day, she will receive a catered meal for 20 friends and a flat-panel TV for game day.

Next, this Super Mom will be honored with a parade for her neighborhood, featuring the Circle City Sidewalk Stompers Clown Band of Indianapolis.

One final prize: a spa day to recover from all the excitement.

The community, friends, neighbors, relatives and area media are invited to be part of the celebration for this year’s Super Mom (and super military family) at 10:30 a.m., February 1. For more information, contact Shine.FM at 815-939-5330.

The Shine.FM network is a Christian radio ministry of Olivet Nazarene University, committed to building stronger families and stronger communities. In addition to the 160,000 listeners who listen weekly through stations in Chicagoland, northwest Indiana and Indianapolis, thousands more stream Shine.FM, Shine Worship and Shine RX3 online or through their mobile apps.



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