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1968: Thomas A. E. Moseley served in Venezuela in Cachipo, Monagas, Sta. Cruz de Mora, Merida beginning in 1968
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Thomas A. E. Moseley can be contacted at tmoseleyanchsidorg
Country of Service: Venezuela
Training Group: Rural Cooperative Development Tucson AR
Cities you served in: Cachipo, Monagas, Sta. Cruz de Mora, Merida
Arrival Year: 1968
Departure Year: 1971
rural savings & loans coop; coffee marketing and supplies cooperative promotion & education
Other Countries you served in, Training Group Name Arrival Year, Departure Year, Work Description:
Peace Corps Training Center, Ponce PR, 1971
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
several years as a social worker & clinic director, MS in public health,medical school and 28+years of pediatric practice in small town Vermont. married, 3 adult children, small farm
Any thoughts you have now looking back on peace corps days?:
Still a defining experience of my life; most but not all good, but all of great personal value and one that I have reevaluated at many stages of my subsequent life.
Anyone you are looking for or would like to hear from?:
John Cullen, Jim Butler, Carlos Landau,
Originally posted: May 22, 2006
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