Peg Stormy Bradley is a retired Contracting Officer for the NASA Headquarters Procurement Office. She retired from NASA after over 30 years of service. Her first day at NASA, she was given the nickname Stormy.
Ms. Bradley was a member of Cedar Ridge Community church located in Spencerville, Maryland for 20 years before moving out of the area. She, along with the senior pastor, established the church’s drama club. For the first three years, she wrote most of the drama presentations for their Sunday services and other events.
Ms. Bradley is a former lay pastor, small business owner and a published author of poems, cartoons, magazine articles and children stories. She has written five books previouslyNo Regrets When I Listen for His Wisdom, How Do You Hide a Dinosaur? The NailWhat Could You Be in God’s Hand? The TreeWhen Pride Takes a Fall and The VineDifferent Journeys, One Destination. She has a degree in Business Management and studied with the Institute of Children’s Literature.
Ms. Bradley won honorable mention in a national poetry contest for her poem Seven Eternal, a poem dedicated to the Challenger astronauts who tragically lost their lives in service to their country. Seven Eternal was recited at the Goddard Space Flight Center memorial service held for the Columbia astronauts who also tragically lost their lives in service to their country. Ms. Bradley was called Goddard’s Poet Laureate.
She has appeared in Who’s Who in Entertainment and Who’s Who in America.
Ms. Bradley’s personal interests include pastoral work, creative writing, home improvements and reading. She has two childrenJennifer and Jessica, and three grandchildrenChristian, Emma and Joshua.