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Peter Schriner Measday (1950- )


Parents

Father: Walter Sparks Measday III  (1920-1998)
Mother: Jeannette Louise Ivey  (1920-1995)
 

Siblings

Brother: Walter Sparks Measday IV  (1949- )
Brother: Andrew Hammond Measday  (1955- )
Brother: Charles Alexander Measday  (1956- )
 

Spouse

Wife: Katalina Kulifay-Nagy  (1949- ) married 1981-05-30, St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, College Park, MD, USA, by Father David Black.
 

Children

Daughter: Sarah Measday  (1982- )
 

Basic Data

Born: 1950-06-05
Place: Boston, MA, USA
 

History

Occupation: Research analyst.
 

A letter to Mom from camp, July 1961:

Dear Mom,
       I'm fine.
SEND SPARKY
A PEN!
P.S. Send a hachet for Sparky.
              Love,
                    Peter

Wedding announcement - The Baltimore Sun, 1981-06-21.

Wed to Mr. Measday
   The wedding of Katalina Kulifay-Nagy,
of College Park, daughter of Mrs. Geza F.
Kulifay, of Orlando, Fla., and the late Jo-
seph Nagy, and Peter Schriner Measday,
son of Dr. and Mrs. Walter Sparks Meas-
day, of College Park, took place at St. An-
drews Episcopal Church in College Park.
   The ceremony was performed by the
Rev. David Black. A reception was held at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Brian Enfield, of
Hyattsville.
   Given in marriage by Dr. William
McLaughlin, the bride was attended by
Mrs. Enfield as matron of honor.
   Walter S. Measday IV was best man for
his brother. Andrew H. Measday, brother
of the bridegroom, was usher. Gregory
Van Patton and Alexander Filacchione,
nephews of the bride, were junior ushers.
   The bride, educated at the University
of Vienna in Austria, is a research analyst
for Westvac in Rockville.
   The bridegroom holds a master's de-
gree from the University of Maryland,
College Park, where he is with the Divi-
sion of Conferences and Institutes. His
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Measday, of Cape May, N.J., and Mrs. S.
Schriner Ivey, of North Charles street, and
William T. Ivey, of Fort Eustis, Fla.

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