Sally Boyd Stockdale and Mariano Edurdo Munoz-Lopez were married here last Saturday in the chapel of The American University by the Rev. Richard McCullogh. The couple was attended by Holly and Cruz deWilde, Ms. Stockdale's children by a former marriage. The bride is the daughter of poet Alice-Boyd Proudfoot of Bronxville N.Y. and Coral Gables, Fla. and the late Grant Stockdale, who was United States Ambassador to Ireland during the Kennedy Administration. Mr. Munoz-Lopez of Marbello, Spain and Gothemburg, Sweden, is the son of Mariano Munoz Valles, Conde de Altea, of Altea Alicante, Spain and the late Dona Pilar Lopez Garcia de Munozy Valles.
Ms. Stockdale is an alumna of the Everglades School for Girls (Fla.), Coral Gables High School, Bennet College (N.Y.), and Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland. She was presented at a dance given by her parents at the United States Embassy Residence in Phoenix Park, Dublin and was a member of the New York Junior Assemblies, the New York Colonials and the Spinsters Club of Miami. Ms. Stockdale is an artist best known for her caricatures at the Palm Restaurants and commissioned portraits of Washington personalities. She recently earned a BA degree in sculpture from American University.
The bridegroom, a solar energy consultant, holds master's degrees in language, linguistics and economics from the Univeristy of Gothemburg having received the baccalaureate from The Institute Alfonso X El Savio in Spain and the BS from the Technical Institute of Gothemburg in Sweden. He has two daughters, Jenny and Maria, from his previous marriage.
After a wedding trip to Miami and Mexico, the couple will live in this city and vacation in Spain where their summer home is a converted cave near Granada.