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1981: Geoffrey Jacob Brown served in Zaire in Tshibala, Mbanza Ngungu beginning in 1981
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Geoffrey Jacob Brown can be contacted at gjbrown425aaoldcom
Country of Service: Zaire
Training Group: Aquaculture
Cities you served in: Tshibala, Mbanza Ngungu
Arrival Year: 1981
Departure Year: 1985
Work Description: Aquaculture Extension, Volunteer Leader
Other Countries you served in, Training Group Name Arrival Year, Departure Year, Work Description:
Armenia, Small Business and Agribusiness Development trainer, A2 - 1994, also Training Director for A4 and A5 (1996, 1997
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
Aquaculture Trainer - U.S.C. Columbia, S.C., AFSI Consultant, Coursework towards a BFA in Illustration, MS Agricultural Economics, The Ohio State University '94, Director of Business For Russia Program in Columbus Ohio, Director of Apricot Drying and Marketing project for UMCOR in Armenia, Natural Resourses Management Agent for University of Florida Extension in Leon/Wakulla Counties, FL, Currently Watchable Wildlife Coordinator for the Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Married RPCV Rhonda Cooper (Zaire '85) one infant son, Benjamin Calo Brown
Any thoughts you have now looking back on peace corps days?:
What a glorious, golden, wonderful experience. So glad I went when I did. Hope to return to ''my village'' someday, and perhaps even become a PCV again.
Anyone you are looking for or would like to hear from?:
Lars Kula, Ed Keiley, Rodney Snow, Pat Galvin, Bridget Callanan, Mike Fitzpatrick, Doug Butler, Any and all RPCVs I trained in S. Carolina and in Armenia. Come visit Tallahassee Y'Hear
Originally posted: August 13, 2002
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|By Bridget Callanan (adsl-66-124-14-250.dsl.lsan03.pacbell.net - 188.8.131.52) on Wednesday, January 18, 2006 - 2:52 am: Edit Post|
I ended up on this site by accident and imagine my surprise to see my name on your site! Wow, you have a son. I am blessed today to hear from you and hope you are happy in your life. I have a wonderful husband I met in Burundi and three kids (16,17,19 years old). We just moved back to CA after 5 years in Singapore and Europe before that. It has been a great life which really began with the P.C. I am teaching middle school kids resource, a pull out program for kids with learning disabilities. I often think about returning to the P.C. when my three are launched. Hope to see you someday and that all is well. Bridget