1985: Patricia Carlton-McQueen served in Sierra Leone in Magburka and Matotoka beginning in 1985

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1985: Patricia Carlton-McQueen served in Sierra Leone in Magburka and Matotoka beginning in 1985

1985: Patricia Carlton-McQueen served in Sierra Leone in Magburka and Matotoka beginning in 1985

Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Patricia Carlton-McQueen can be contacted at adamaksaaoldcom

Country of Service: Sierra Leone

Training Group: Education

Cities you served in: Magburka and Matotoka

Arrival Year: '85

Departure Year: '87

Work Description: Elem. Ed.

Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
Peter and I lived/worked on the Hopi reservation in AZ for 4 years before moving to Albq, NM where we currently live with our 2 sons. Gabriel is 14, Timothy is 9. I am in my 12th year as a counselor at St. Pius X H. S.Peter teaches Spec.Ed. on the Isleta reservation south of Albq after spending 11 yrs at Laguna Elem.

Any thoughts you have now looking back on peace corps days?:
Those were some of the best days of my life.

Anyone you are looking for or would like to hear from?:
Beth Oprisch (Mary Turay) from Mapaki, Beth Bailey from Kamakwi, Helen Billhimer from somewhere in Mende country, Leon Paeski(?sp)and Regina White, Michael Sirianni

Any message for returned volunteers?:
We'd love to hear form anyone who remembers us!

Originally posted: January 8, 2003



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