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Chris Bairdhttp://www.servedaily.com
Chris is a family man with a beautiful wife and four kids. Three Girls, One Boy. He enjoys playing basketball, being outdoors, and the old normal.

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r Motivational speaker, musician and veteran Ryan Stream is at it again with the production of a new video to commemorate our military that have been fighting for this country. His new video to be released September 9 in memory of 9/11 is a heartwarming, tear jerking, country military music video.

This video is about military members leaving their loved ones behind and writing to their children while they are far away in a war zone. As we get older we tend to get busy with our daily duties as providers and it’s very easy to get distracted and not give our family or children the time that they need and deserve. In this music video a little girl just wants to play with her daddy. They write each other back-and-forth while her dad is away.

SGT Stream left his pregnant wife behind while being deployed for a second time to Afghanistan and when he returned his daughter was 8 months old. During this video, the soldier returned home to his family and his new daughter meets him at the airport. You can view this video and Ryan’s other videos on his website www.ryanstream.com.

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Ryan grew up as a child in a dysfunctional family environment with parents who made bad decisions that led them to addiction and prison. He lost his mother to suicide. Ryan and his brothers slept some nights in a homeless shelter and stayed in different foster care homes. The brothers were separated and he felt incredibly lost, alone, and scared. Finally, the boys were reunited in one foster family. Things were looking better, but then in high school, Ryan got into drugs and trouble with the law. That is when Ryan joined the military to make a change in his life. He has passed through the terribly bad years of his life. Now he is a passionate motivational speaker and musician with a positive message that the outcome of your life is based on the decisions you make. All of us are the authors of our own story and only you can write the book of your life.

Ryan has been able to travel all over the country to shoot music videos and share his story. Ryan lives here in Utah County and is excited for the school year to start. He loves being involved with young people and has had the privilege of speaking at dozens of conventions and assemblies to share the experiences from his life. If you would like to book Ryan Stream you will not be disappointed! He may be contacted at www.ryanstream.com, he presents a powerful and entertaining message.

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Chris Bairdhttp://www.servedaily.com
Chris is a family man with a beautiful wife and four kids. Three Girls, One Boy. He enjoys playing basketball, being outdoors, and the old normal.

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