1966: Judith Parry Pike served in Tunisia in Sfax, Tunisia beginning in 1966

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1966: Judith Parry Pike served in Tunisia in Sfax, Tunisia beginning in 1966

1966: Judith Parry Pike served in Tunisia in Sfax, Tunisia beginning in 1966

Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Judith Parry Pike can be contacted at harljudyayahoodcom

Country of Service: Tunisia

Training Group: Tunisia 1966

Cities you served in: Sfax, Tunisia

Arrival Year: 1966

Departure Year: 1969

Work Description: Taught ESL

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

Earned MSW while Harl earned his M.Div
Have 4 children
Currently work for the Army as a clinical social worker in Family
Advocacy, which is the treatment program for domestic
violence/spouse and child abuse
Harl is the pastor of Sierra Lutheran Church
Our 4 children are all engaged in working with others to create a
better place for others to live

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

Yes, it was and continues to be a life changing/life enhancing
experience; I continue to marvel on how it shaped me and how
that experience contiues to shape my work with children, adults
and families

Originally posted: February 28, 2002



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