1967: Joseph E. Brady served in Sierra Leone in Kabala, Mongo Bendugu beginning in 1967

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1967: Joseph E. Brady served in Sierra Leone in Kabala, Mongo Bendugu beginning in 1967

1967: Joseph E. Brady served in Sierra Leone in Kabala, Mongo Bendugu beginning in 1967

Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Joseph E. Brady can be contacted at researchafsrindcom

Country of Service: Sierra Leone

Training Group: Community Development

Cities you served in: Kabala, Mongo Bendugu

Arrival Year: 1967

Departure Year: 1969

Work Description: bridge building

Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
I am married to linda and have two sons Matthew and Andrew. For the last 30 years i have been engaged in marketing,marketing research and now in foodservice consulting. The Peace Corps experience has had a lasting personal impact and prepares one to adapt quickly to any most situations.

Originally posted: December 15, 2002



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