OUR CANDID CONVERSATION WITH “MARRIED TO MEDICINE’S” QUAD WEBB LUNCEFORD
Sasha and Ebony sit down with the beautiful and multi-talented, Quad Webb Lunceford. She’s one of the stars of the hit Bravo reality show, Married to Medicine! Let’s see what Miss Quad is up to when she’s not on camera!
About Quad Webb-Lunceford
Born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee, Quad Webb-Lunceford is the breakout star on the highly rated Bravo series, Married To Medicine. Known as Andy Cohen’s “OBSESSION”, Quad is recognized for her marital tips on how to keep the romance alive in your relationship, purveyor of quick and healthy meals for the busy wife, expert on pet products and tips on decorating on the dime!
The media has taken to Quad in a major way. OK! Magazine has penned Quad as “star quality” and “made for reality TV”, while People Magazine loves Quad’s personality and is quoted as saying she is, “quite funny”. The New York Times has said, “You can already see the spinoff…”
Quad was knocked off her feet 3 years ago by a chance encounter at the grocery store. Her fairytale romance with Psychiatrist, Dr. Gregory Lunceford blossomed into a bond that will stand the test of time. In 2012, the couple wed in a lavish celebrity filled and unforgettable ceremony!
Quad is a graduate of Tennessee State University, where she obtained her Bachelor of Science degree, in Biology and minor in Chemistry. With more than a decade of medical sales experience, Quad’s work ethic landed her in the top 10% of her colleagues and catapulted her in a leadership position.
She currently lives in Atlanta with her husband and “four-legged children”, Khloe and Kar’ie, who were a part of the couples wedding nuptials.
As enthusiastic supporters and financial donors of the Canine Assistants Foundation, Dr. and Mrs. Lunceford also volunteer their time and efforts with various charities and community based organizations throughout the city of Atlanta.
With season four of Married To Medicine complete, Quad is now taping season five and will attest the following:
“I did not ‘marry medicine,’ medicine was lucky enough to marry me.”
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