1966: Keith W. Hooper served in Philippines in Malaybalay beginning in 1966

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1966: Keith W. Hooper served in Philippines in Malaybalay beginning in 1966

1966: Keith W. Hooper served in Philippines in Malaybalay beginning in 1966

Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Keith W. Hooper can be contacted at help2philippinechildrenayahoodcom

Country of Service: Philippines

Training Group: unknown

Cities you served in: Malaybalay

Arrival Year: 1966

Departure Year: 1968

Work Description:

Normal School Science Teacher & organized summer day camps for children

Other Countries you served in, Training Group Name Arrival Year, Departure Year, Work Description:


Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:

High School Teacher - 4 years
U.S. Army - 21 years, Retired as a Lieutenant Colonel.
Kansas Courts - 8 years as a judge
In 2005 started the H.E.L.P. Foundaton (Humanitarian Efforts to Lessen Poverty in underprivileged children of the Philippines. I focus on feeding and educating malnourished children and livelihood projects for the parents. I have projects in Quezon City, Cebu, and Bukidnon

Any thoughts you have now looking back on peace corps days?:

The Philippines made an indelible impression on my life and I am reliving my Peace Corps days by working in the Philippines with the poor.

Anyone you are looking for or would like to hear from?:

Tom Weaver, Delores Rohaley, Donna Hess, Larry Levitt, Vito Marone

Any message for returned volunteers?:

There is still so much to be done!

Originally posted: July 31, 2006

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By Pearlie Pasco-Portugal ( on Sunday, April 08, 2012 - 11:23 pm: Edit Post

hi Mr.Keith,
Recognized your name.. because Ms. Patricia was our Modern Math teacher in Bukidnon Provincial High School in 1st yr high school then, my classmates were Zeny Asuncion & Joy Ruth Isidro..recall you were living in the Cudal Cpd by the Baptist church where these friends of mine were too. You & Ms Pat had a great influence on us kids. with you I remember Thomas Weaver who was one of PCVs n Bukidnon too.He was my 6th grade Math Teacher in Valencia Elementary School and a good family friend. I tried to look for him initiallym but could not find any link.. In case you get in touch with him pls give my regards. All the best to you and Ms Pat & your family.. this is Pearlie Pasco - Portugal

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