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|Scott Phair started in Afghanistan 1974|
|Stephen Kutzy, Scott Phair|
|Scott Phair, Randall E. Trudelle|
|Education in Afghanistan:|
|Steve Colberg, Dan Hoogen, Edward P. McDaid, Scott Phair, Bill Plummer, Susan Estelle Ramsay, Bonnie Thie, Randall E. Trudelle|
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|Denise Blake, Janet Colberg, Steve Colberg, Ron Dizon, Veterinarian, Henry Farrar, Dan Hoogen, Janet Kutny, Stephen Kutzy, Edward P. McDaid, Scott Phair, Bill Plummer, Susan Estelle Ramsay, Barbara Runyan, Paul Sprachman … further results|
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Scott Phair is a graduate of Waterville (Maine) Senior High School, the University of Maine at Farmington and the University of Maine at Orono. After the Peace Corps experience he returned to Maine to teach special education until 1984. He became a high school principal at that time and continues in that role today. In addition, he has been a professional white water raft guide for 25 years and recently completed trips through the Grand Canyon of the Colorado river (his 5th) and the Tatshensheni river in Alaska.