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1961: Howard Terry Adcock served in Colombia in Cogua, Cundinamarca beginning in 1961
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Howard Terry Adcock can be contacted at terryaadcockdnet
Country of Service: Colombia
Training Group: Colombia 1
Cities you served in: Cogua, Cundinamarca
Arrival Year: 1961
Departure Year: 1963
Work Description: Community Development
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
I am retired after a rewarding career of 34 years in the Federal Civil
Service as a personnel management specialist and as a training
specialist, primarily in the USDA.
Any thoughts you have now looking back on peace corps days?:
I still remember the people of Colombia with whom I worked during
my service. They are an inspiration to me to this day. I also
remember the principles and practices of Community Development
and have used them repeatedly in an attempt to benefit the
communities in which I have resided.
Any message for returned volunteers?:
Don't forget why you joined the Peace Corps in the first place, and
bring that motivation to bear on whatever you are doing. That will
take you a looong way!
Originally posted: October 20, 2001
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