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1972: Terry Michael Stivers served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Chad in Ndjamena, Bol beginning in 1972
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Terry Michael Stivers can be contacted at terrystiversacomcastdnet
Country of Service: Chad
Training Group: ?
Cities you served in: Ndjamena, Bol
Arrival Year: 1972
Departure Year: 1973
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
Wandered around, married, two boys; now a special education teacher in a middle school in Salt Lake City.
Any thoughts you have now looking back on peace corps days?:
life changing--every day was an adventure!
Anyone you are looking for or would like to hear from?:
Roger Miller, Michael Dower, (wells) Owen Gwathmey (health) or anyone else from the olden days.
Any message for returned volunteers?:
Keep on truckin!
Originally posted: October 21, 2007
Peace Corps Annual Report: 1972; Peace Corps Chad; Directory of Chad RPCVs; Messages and Announcements for Chad RPCVs
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