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1963: Ann Lynn Puddu served in Morocco in Tangier beginning in 1963
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Ann Lynn Puddu can be contacted at AnnPudduaAOLdcom
Country of Service: Morocco
Training Group: Morocco I - 1962-65
Cities you served in: Tangier
Arrival Year: 1963
Departure Year: 1965
Work Description: Teacher - English as a Second Language
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
I've been teaching in a middle school a few blocks away from home for
thirty years - enjoy it tremendously and do not intend to retire. Have
been married for thirty-three years and, again, do not plan to retire.
Have two grown daughters who are quite splendid and living real close.
New York (Manhattan) continues to be splendid and terrible but I couldn't
live anywhere else - most specifically right near Columbia University.
Have been making and teaching potteryfor over twenty years and am
connected with a pottery school/gallery called Supermud. Became a
blond (with dark roots) for my sixtieth birthday. I'm feeling and looking
good and attribute a lot to Buddhism.
Any thoughts you have now looking back on peace corps days?:
An amazing time of my life in an particularly terrific country. I returned
recently (to visit a daughter doing her semester abroad at Alhakwayn
University in Ifran. Morocco looks seedier than it did when I lived there
but the essence of the country, the sounds, smells, the people, remain
the same. I look forward to going back again.
Anyone you are looking for or would like to hear from?:
Anyone in Morocco I or II
Originally posted: January 9, 2002
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