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1966: Daryl E. Noll served in ecuador in Vinces/Los Rios beginning in 1966
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Daryl E. Noll can be contacted at daryl_nollahotmaildcom
Country of Service: ecuador
Training Group: 1965/66 Rural Community Development
Cities you served in: Vinces/Los Rios
Arrival Year: 1966
Departure Year: 1967
Work Description: Clean Water Wells, Range Management, Chickens
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
Currently passenger screener for new
Homeland Security Dept. In 1996, I taught ESL for University of Mobile,AL
in San Marcos, Nicaragua. I spent four years as a Public School Teacher(math and Spanish)in the New Orleans area.
After I left the Peace Corps in 1967, I got an MS in Economics and taught at Limestone College in Gaffney,SC. I found teaching too "removed" from the world I had known in Ecuador. After another year of graduate study, this time in urban and regional planning, I took a position in Columbia, SC working for the Governor's Office of Regional and State Land Use and Environmental Issues. I also worked as a Regional Planner for the Ministry of Urban Affairs in Canada until I moved to Washington, D.C. in January of 1976. In D.C., I worked for Secretary Joe Califano at the Health and Human Resources Dept.and for Dept. of Energy.In 1981, I moved to Mobile, AL and started a family. I have two girls and boy(ages:15-21).
Any thoughts you have now looking back on peace corps days?:
Great first job! Work that has left many subsequent positions coming-up short by comparison.
Anyone you are looking for or would like to hear from?:
Anyone that was in my training group or who served in Ecuador in 1965-67 time-period.
Originally posted: November 22, 2002
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