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Mrs Missouri 2017

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Bridget Schuster 

Greetings from the Show Me State! My name is Bridget Schuster and I’m a proud Missourian, born, raised and educated…GO TIGERS! My husband and I have been married for 11 years and are blessed to be the parents of John (10), Connor (7) and Abigeal (3).  I’m a graduate of the University of Missouri where I earned a Bachelor of Health Science degree with a focus on Communication Science and Disorders.  I went on to start my career in the pharmaceutical industry and I currently work as a Medical Device Specialist in Women’s Healthcare.  

I’m a sports enthusiast and have been involved in athletics my entire life.  I played on several Olympic Development and select teams and was recruited to play 3 sports in college.  I continue to pursue athletics as head coach for my 2 sons’ soccer teams and I have competed in a number of triathlons and half marathons.  In my spare time I love to craft and add sparkle to everything and anything!  From monogramming Converse to designing glittered wine glasses and tumblers, I love to flex my creative muscles.  I have found a way to combine my love of crafting and my desire to make a difference by auctioning many of my creations to raise awareness for my favorite charities.  “The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away.” -Anonymous

missouricrown2017edited.jpgI currently serve as an Alzheimer’s Community Educator for the Alzheimer’s Association of Greater Missouri.  This role allows me to engage the community and discuss the early warning signs of Alzheimer’s disease as well as the services the Alzheimer’s Association provides to patients and families who are forced to embark on this bleak journey.  It was my mother’s diagnosis in 2015 that led me to this amazing organization and I’m proud to partner with them as Mrs. Missouri.

The Mrs. America organization has allowed me the opportunity to continue to grow as an individual, wife and mother.  I’m so honored to be representing the married women of Missouri.