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1998: Prissie Nguyen and Brad Showalter served in Papua New Guinea in Meiribu beginning in 1998
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Prissie Nguyen and Brad Showalter can be contacted at pris_bradayahoodcom
Country of Service: Papua New Guinea
Training Group: 29
Cities you served in: Meiribu
Arrival Year: 1998
Departure Year: 1999
Rural community development.
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
One daughter, two nephews make up our family of five now. Still in Richmond, Va. Still doing a pretty good job staying in touch with Group 29ers.
Any thoughts you have now looking back on peace corps days?:
The most life altering experience (along with children :-) we could ever experience.
Any message for returned volunteers?:
Bai mitupela hamamas long skelim sampla toktok wantaim olgeta wontok.
Originally posted: April 21, 2006
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