|By Admin1 (admin) (ppp-70-243-121-112.dsl.okcyok.swbell.net - 126.96.36.199) on Friday, July 13, 2007 - 11:32 am: Edit Post|
1990: William Wood served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Kingdom of Tonga in Neiafu, Vava'u beginning in 1990
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer William Wood can be contacted at wwood44ayahoodcom
Country of Service: Kingdom of Tonga
Training Group: 44
Cities you served in: Neiafu, Vava'u
Arrival Year: 1990
Departure Year: 1995
MAF Research farm Forestry and EEC/EU Environmental Advisor for Mt Talau project.
Anyone you are looking for or would like to hear from?:
Group 44 1990-1992
Any message for returned volunteers?:
Intrest in meeting up with volunteer living in San Fran Bay area California
Originally posted: July 13, 2007
Peace Corps Tonga; Directory of Tonga RPCVs; Messages and Announcements for Tonga RPCVs; Peace Corps Annual Report: 1990
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|By D.E. Thomas (188.8.131.52) on Wednesday, April 10, 2013 - 12:23 pm: Edit Post|
I came in the group that arrived in November of 1992. I always remember that our training began on the day Clinton was elected, and we were sworn in the day he was sworn in. I met you once or twice during training, and maybe a few times afterward.
Didn't you marry a Tongan? Several in our group did, including me. We have two kids; our son is about to finish high school.