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1996: Mark J. Silva served in El Salvador in Tenancingo, Cuscatlan beginning in 1996
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Mark J. Silva can be contacted at marksilvaachesapeakednet
Country of Service: El Salvador
Training Group: Water & Sanitation
Cities you served in: Tenancingo, Cuscatlan
Arrival Year: 1996
Departure Year: 1998
Facilitated community execution and administration of rural water systems
Other Countries you served in, Training Group Name Arrival Year, Departure Year, Work Description:
Bolivia, Crisis Corps, 98-99, Drought alleviation; Bolivia, Peace Corps, 2000, Water/San Trainer (B24)
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
Married Anita, my Andean princess, in 1999, returned to US in fall 2000. Now live in Southern Maryland working for the Navy and raising our son Alejandro and twin daughters, Clara and Sofia.
Any thoughts you have now looking back on peace corps days?:
Peace Corps ruined me for life - I don't expect I'll ever have a more rewarding job!
Anyone you are looking for or would like to hear from?:
Anyone who served in El Salvador during 96-98
Originally posted: May 22, 2006
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