January 25, 2005 - Issue: Vol. 151, No. 5 — Daily Edition109th Congress (2005 - 2006) - 1st Session
HONORING PATRICIA SCATOLONI DEDICATION TO EDUCATION AND HELPING THOSE LESS FORTUNATE; Congressional Record Vol. 151, No. 5
(Extensions of Remarks - January 25, 2005)
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[Extensions of Remarks] [Page E62] From the Congressional Record Online through the Government Publishing Office [www.gpo.gov] HONORING PATRICIA SCATOLONI DEDICATION TO EDUCATION AND HELPING THOSE LESS FORTUNATE ______ HON. ADAM B. SCHIFF of california in the house of representatives Tuesday, January 25, 2005 Mr. SCHIFF. Mr. Speaker, I rise today to honor the memory of Patricia D. Scatoloni who served her local community as a school teacher for 50 years and served the people of Macedonia as a member of the Peace Corps since December. She died of natural causes on January 1, 2005. Patricia Scatoloni began her Peace Corps training in September 2004, and took her official oath as a volunteer in December. She focused on English education in the village of Leskoec where she worked on both elementary and adult education. Since 1961 the Peace Corps has sent more than 178,000 volunteers to live and work around the world. The 74-year-old mother of three will be remembered as an enthusiastic and creative teacher who cared deeply about her students. She taught in the Los Angeles public schools for 18 years and finished her career in the Pasadena public schools as a full-time substitute teacher. I ask all Members of Congress to join me today in honoring the memory of Patricia Scatoloni for her immense dedication to public service. ____________________