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1975: Kenneth Michael Frazier served in Honduras in Tegusagalpa beginning in 1975
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Kenneth Michael Frazier can be contacted at mcfrazier10393aaoldcom
Country of Service: Honduras
Training Group: Group 35
Cities you served in: Tegusagalpa
Arrival Year: 1975
Departure Year: 1977
Inservice teacher trainer for the only public school for the deaf and retarded and media/photography instructor for the only college that trained high school teachers.
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
Currently I'm the Vice-Principal of a 500 student Elementary School and am looking forward to retirement in 1 and 1/2 years. I'm remarried and I have four kids (two of my own and two step). I work as a part time professional photographer and will go full time when I retire. I'm also looking forward to grad children some day.
Any thoughts you have now looking back on peace corps days?:
I look back on those years and some times think it was all a dream. Two the best years of my life.
Originally posted: March 30, 2006
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