Bobbie (Parsons) Johnson
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Bobbie Parsons Johnson
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|Bobbie Parsons Johnson started in Zaire 1976|
|Susan Drake, Bobbie (Parsons) Johnson|
|Volunteers who served in Congo, Democratic, Bobbie (Parsons) Johnson|
|Education in Zaire:|
|Susan Drake, John Graham, Bobbie (Parsons) Johnson|
|Other Volunteers who served in Zaire
|Volunteers who served in Congo, Democratic, David Anderson, Rob Bettaso, Marcia Call, Steven Culberson, Susan Drake, Susan Esser-Boahene, Linda Fink, David Frothingham, John Graham, Leo Levenson, William Mathis, Jr., Bobbie (Parsons) Johnson, Vineeta Rastogi, Gerald Robillard … further results|
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I served in Zaire from 1976 to 1977, teaching TEFL at Institut Kimia in Gemena, Equateur. I currently live in Loudoun County Virginia where I have been teaching at Park View High School for 31 years. I teach Social Sciences. Several of my students have gone on the become Peace Corps volunteers around the world and at least two have served in Africa.