1969: Earl Goad served in Malaysia in Serdang Selangor beginning in 1969

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1969: Earl Goad served in Malaysia in Serdang Selangor beginning in 1969

1969: Earl Goad served in Malaysia in Serdang Selangor beginning in 1969

Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Earl Goad can be contacted at egoadacoxdnet

Country of Service: Malaysia

Training Group: Group 23 - Agriculture

Cities you served in: Serdang Selangor

Arrival Year: 1969

Departure Year: 1972

Work Description:

Taught Biology, Gardening, Photography at then Sekolah Pertanian Serdang

Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:

Have been working as a Medical Technologist

Any thoughts you have now looking back on peace corps days?:

A significant life broadening experience which has enabled me to better understand people from other backgrounds

Anyone you are looking for or would like to hear from?:

John White from my group



Originally posted: July 28, 2003



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