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1990: Chris Fall served in Tunisia in Jendouba beginning in 1990
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Chris Fall can be contacted at voigtfallaaoldcom
Country of Service: Tunisia
Cities you served in: Jendouba
Arrival Year: 1990
Departure Year: 1992
Work Description: Youth Developement
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
In a nutshell....I have been living back in the Mile High City of Denver
since returning....I recruited for Peace Corps for 5 years out of the
Denver recruitment office and I am currently working as a corporate
recruiter for a personnel firm in Boulder. I have been married for 4
years to my wife Jennifer who I met while she was interning at the
Peace Corps Office. My wife is an English Teacher in an inner city High
School in Denver. We have no kids other than myself and our 27 pound
French Bulldog / Pug mix named Smidgen.
Any thoughts you have now looking back on peace corps days?:
Greatest job I have had....and luckily I have a couple of Tunisian friends
from Jendouba now living in Denver so....10 years later I still get to
speak some Bilarbi and talk about the "good ol' times" in PC.
Anyone you are looking for or would like to hear from?:
Love to hear from any of the gang...
Any message for returned volunteers?:
You on your own when it comes to the cereal isle in the Grocery
store....but feel free to drop me your resume especially if you have an
interest in living in Colorado.
Originally posted: November 21, 2001
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