Bahai News - Marci Mckenna-Inti, Was In Peace Corps
Marci Mckenna-Inti, Was In Peace Corps
A Bahai burial service was held July 2 in Silver Spring, Md., for Marcia
McKenna-Inti of Snyder, who died June 28, 2001, in her Snyder home under
Hospice care. She was 44.
Active in Scouting all her life, she had recently completed leadership
training with the Boy Scouts and was active with her son's troop. She had
been a camp counselor at Seven Hills, Holland, after becoming a senior
cadet Girl Scout.
A 1974 graduate of Amherst Central School, she earned a bachelor's degree
in forestry from Michigan State University. After serving with the Peace
Corps in what is now Burkina Faso, Africa, she became an administrator with
CARE International in Haiti.
Returning to the United States, she earned a master's in forestry and soil
science at North Carolina State University at Raleigh. She then became a
Peace Corps administrator in Niger, Africa, and later at Peace Corps
headquarters in Washington, D.C.
McKenna-Inti was a member of the Bahai group in Montgomery County, Md. She
had been principal of the Varqa Bahai School in Greenbelt, Md., and sang
with the Bahai Chorale in Washington.
She also was a volunteer for the Breast Cancer Survivors Network in the
nation's capital and for Race for the Cure.
Survivors include her husband, Nouhou Inti; a son, Karl of Silver Spring;
and a sister, Nancy McKenna Schutte of Snyder.
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