Amanda (Gealy) and Logan Meyer

Amanda (Gealy) and Logan Meyer met through mutual friends during St. Pat’s in 2010.

Amanda (Gealy) and Logan Meyer
Amanda (Gealy) and Logan Meyer

Amanda earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in engineering management in 2011 and 2012, respectively. Logan earned bachelor’s degrees in civil engineering and architectural engineering in 2011. The couple was married in 2014 and their child, Madison Ruth, was born in 2018.

Today Logan works as a structural engineer at Black and Veatch. Amanda works as a site activation specialist at PRA Health Sciences. 

Their relationship advice?

“Don’t be afraid to fight,” he says. “But always make sure you apologize and try to fix the problem.”

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