Daily-Christensen Engagement


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Posted Online: Feb. 07, 2013, 8:14 am
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Announcement is made of the engagement of Meg Daily and Jordan Christensen, both of Chicago. She is the daughter of Barbara Daily, Princeville, Ill., and Paul Dailey, Bull Valley, Ill. He is the son of Steve and Lori Christensen, Sherrard.
The couple will be married on Aug. 10, 2013, at Grace Presbyterian Church, Peoria, Ill. The reception will follow at Embassy Suites, East Peoria.
Meg graduated from Princeville High School and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She is employed as a procurement specialist for Brookdale Senior Living, Chicago.
Jordan graduated from Sherrard High School, the University of Illinois and the University of Illinois Graduate School of Engineering. He is employed as a structural engineer for Bowman, Barrett and Associates, Chicago.












 



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