Dr. Katherine Rose Schlosser and Dr. Ogheneochuko Silas Ejiro Metitiri were married June 8 in New York. The Rev. C. Alfred Loua, an Episcopal priest, performed the ceremony at St. Paul’s Chapel, which is part of the Trinity Church Wall Street parish.
Dr. Schlosser Metitiri, 34, is a staff pediatric critical-care doctor at Columbia University’s Irving Medical Center. She is also a pediatrics instructor there. She graduated from Stanford and received a medical degree from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland.
She is the daughter of Susan R. Schlosser and R. Joseph Schlosser of Chappaqua, N.Y. The bride’s father retired as a partner in PricewaterhouseCoopers, the New York accounting firm. Her mother, who is retired, was a nutritionist for the Head Start program in Westchester County in Elmsford, N.Y., and then became a member of the adjunct faculty at N.Y.U. Steinhardt’s department of nutrition and food studies.
Dr. Metitiri, 35, is an orthopedic hand surgeon. He is a fellow in the Fishkill, N.Y., and Poughkeepsie, N.Y., offices of CareMount Medical, a group medical practice. He also graduated from Stanford and he received a medical degree from Weill Cornell Medical College.
He is the son of Agnes O. Metitiri and Nelson A. Metitiri of Plainfield, Ill. His mother is a registered nurse in the general-medicine ward at Amita Health St. Joseph Hospital in Chicago. His father is a pharmacist at a Walgreen’s store in Chicago.
The bride and groom met in 2012 in Boston through a mutual Stanford friend. Both were then in the intern year of their medical residencies.
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