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1976: Price Luber served in Ivory Coast in Man, Divo beginning in 1976
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Price Luber can be contacted at priceluberayahoodcom
Country of Service: Ivory Coast
Training Group: TEMOC/TEFL in Cocody & Abengourou
Cities you served in: Man, Divo
Arrival Year: 1976
Departure Year: 1978
Taught English in secondary schools!
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
I'm now a young 53, living in Palm Springs, CA. After a 20-year career in Intl biz consulting, I'm a high-school French teacher. In 1979 I married Jani Stier, the sister of fellow Ivory Coast PCV Nick Stier. We have twin daughters, now 24, who graduated from Stanford last year. Life is good. I've also branched out (at last) from classical music to African percussion. Geez, this sounds like an insipid holiday letter. To make it more real, I should share that I had back surgery years ago, despise the Bush administration, want to go back to Africa (Mali and Senegal this time), like sushi, and practice Zen.
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Originally posted: July 31, 2006
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