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1970: DAVID LOBO MD MPH FAAP served in VENEZUELA in CARACAS beginning in 1970
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer DAVID LOBO MD MPH FAAP can be contacted at davidlobokacantvdnet
Country of Service: VENEZUELA
Cities you served in: CARACAS
Physician (as a then "Foreign National" to Volunteers, Staff and their Families early 1970`s
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
My US Citizenship BY BIRTH was UNCONSTITUTIONALLY taken away from me in my early 20`s because I voted here
so I served Peace Corps as a "Foreign National". I was REINSTATED a US Cit. age 66 May 2002!!
Any thoughts you have now looking back on peace corps days?:
Great times then!!
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Send back home the message from your global observation and experience, and get proactive doing it.
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Iwas a paid Doc hare in Venezuela then as a "Foreign National". Reinstated US Citizenship since Birth on May 2002, at age 66. I was not a Volunteer.
Originally posted: June 25, 2006
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