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1977: Susan F. Koh served in Korea in Buyeo, Seoul beginning in 1977
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Susan F. Koh can be contacted at susandfdkohaerdcdusacedarmydmil
Country of Service: Korea
Training Group: K-42
Cities you served in: Buyeo, Seoul
Arrival Year: 1977
Departure Year: 1979
TB control; maternal-child health
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
In 1978, I married K-41 volunteer Gary Koh. After PC, we travelled extensively, returned to the States and began work for the Army. I received an MA degree from Dartmouth College in 1988, attended Army Management Staff College in 1997, and am now a Strategic Planner for the Army's Cold Regions Research Lab in Hanover, NH. We adopted our daughter, Amy, from Taegu in 1994.
Any thoughts you have now looking back on peace corps days?:
PC changed my life forever, in the best of ways. Half my family are Korean now!
Anyone you are looking for or would like to hear from?:
Any K-42's or 41's, especially Debbie Boyle, Lisa, Steve Meinhold, Suzanne Crowder
Originally posted: June 25, 2006
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