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1970: Mark Clark served in Kenya in Koru, Nairobi beginning in 1970
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Mark Clark can be contacted at sonomarkoayahoodcom
Country of Service: Kenya
Training Group: Community Development
Cities you served in: Koru, Nairobi
Arrival Year: 1970
Departure Year: 1972
1st year: Squatter Resettlement Community Development Officer for Koru
2nd year: Urban Planning at University of Nairobi and the Nairobi City Council.
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
More than 30 years in the U.S. Civil Service with the Internal Revenue Service (6 months), Department of Navy (in D.C., Italy, Washington State, Singapore, and San Francisco Bay Area) (11 years), Coast Guard (6 years) and Department of Energy (14 years). Married to Lynne Bennett
Any thoughts you have now looking back on peace corps days?:
Certainly a formative time of anyone's life, my Peace Corp experience was full of good people, adventures, good times (and a couple of motorcycle wrecks!). Living abroad helps one to appreciate one's place in the World, and appreciate one's good fortune.
Anyone you are looking for or would like to hear from?:
Anyone who was in Kenya.
Originally posted: January 8, 2006
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