Katherine McIntire Peters
Katherine McIntire Peters is the deputy editor of Government Executive Media group, and she also is the wife of Lt. Col. Ralph Peters retired United States Army lieutenant colonel, author, and on-air contributor for Fox News who received a two-week suspension for making inappropriate remarks about President Obama following his Sunday-night speech from the Oval Office, where he discussed terrorism abroad and at home, along Col. Ralph Peters actress and Fox News Correspondent Stacey Dash for using profanity on air.
Katherine McIntire Peters’ husband is Lt. Col. Ralph H. Peters Jr., a native of Pottsville, Pennsylvania to German businessman and coal miner father Ralph Heinrich Peters and Welsh mom Alice Catherine Parfitt.
Lt. Col. Peters was attending at Pennsylvania State University when he enlisted in the U.S Army in 1976. He first served in the 1st Battalion, 46th Infantry Regiment, and 1st Armored Division.
Col. Peters attended the Command and General Staff College, he became a Foreign Area Officer specialized in the Soviet Union spend a decade working in the military intelligence in Germany. He was a lieutenant Colonel to Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence when he retired in 1998.
After his retirement he started writing novels under the penance Owen Parry and others using his birth name.
Under his name he published his novel Cain in Gettysburg, the novel became a best sellers and made him the 2013 recipient of the W.Y. Boyd Literary Award for Excellence in Military Fiction from the American Library Association a year later he published **** Or Richmond that awarded him with another award that year..
Lt. Col. Ralph Peters has been married three times, his first wife Janice Ann Stickler Peters, 61, of Reading, PA and then he married Marion Ann Martin, 77, in 1982, the marriage was short-lived and by June 4, 1994 Ralph Peters married Katherine McIntire.
52-year-old Katherine Ann McIntyre born July 6, 1963. She graduated with a B.A in English from Elizabeth College in 1985 and received her masters degree in journalism and public affairs from the American University in 1989.
Katherine McIntire Peters landed a job with Atlantic Media in December, 1985 as their senior correspondent and Government executive in January, 2011 became executive editor, Nextgov and since May, 2012 Katherine McIntyre has been Lt. Col. Ralph Peters Atlantic Media’s deputy editor and government executive Media Group.
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