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1971: James J. Drymiller served in Costa Rica in Canton de Nicoya beginning in 1971
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer James J. Drymiller can be contacted at drymillerjaaoldcom
Country of Service: Costa Rica
Training Group: Agriculture?
Cities you served in: Canton de Nicoya
Arrival Year: 1971
Departure Year: 1974
Work Description: Agricultural Extensionist assisting substinance farmers. Primarily worked
in corn, rice and bean production. Also worked with sesame, sorghum, tobaco, cotton, fruits
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
Eleven+ years in county law enforcement in Illinois. Attended FBI National
Academy in 1982. After law enforcement, fifteen+ years in Nuclear Security at
commercial nuclear power plants. Semi-retired 2000 and currently working as a
Security Consultant. Board Certified as a Certified Protection Professional.
Current Residence: Nicoya, Guanacaste, Costa Rica
Any thoughts you have now looking back on peace corps days?:
I can only hope that I gave as much as I received from my experiences. It was
and continues to be one of my life's most memorable events.
Originally posted: February 27, 2002
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