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1992: Wendy Saunders (Poyer) served in Sri Lanka in Anuradhapura/ Puliyankulama beginning in 1992
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Wendy Saunders (Poyer) can be contacted at robwentexayahoodcom
Country of Service: Sri Lanka
Training Group: Batch 17
Cities you served in: Anuradhapura/ Puliyankulama
Arrival Year: 1992
Departure Year: 1994
Work Description: ESL/ English Teacher Training AUC
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
Returned to US. Married US Marine Rob Saunders (stationed at US Embassy in Colombo). Moved to NC. Volunteered with foreign exchange student placement and supervision. Taught Spanish (JR & SR High). Moved to Houston, TX & worked in immigration law firm - specialized in US citizenship assistance. Rob now with US STate Dept. --we are on first of a string of posts around world...now in THe Hague, The Netherlands until 7/2004. Currently I am full time Mom of a 7 year old daughter and a one year old son.
Any thoughts you have now looking back on peace corps days?:
I can't believe so much time has gone by.
Anyone you are looking for or would like to hear from?:
James Cohen & Colette Caesar...or anybody who would love to reconnect and catch up.
Originally posted: March 11, 2003
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