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Re: How can one become a LV driving instructor?

From: Chuck Huss
Email: chuckh@mail.drs.state.wv.us
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Date: May 07, 2003
Time: 12:37:49

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Dear Ms. Bordner,

I believe I can be of assistance to you in your quest for information and short term staff training to work with bioptic users who want to explore the driving privilege.

If interested, I will be in my office today and the rest of this work week from 8:00 - 10:30 a.m. and 3:00 - 4:15 p.m.

P.S. I have tried to forward you a more lengthy response last evening and this morning, but I keep getting a return response that your mailfolder is over the allotted quota size !!!!???

It will probably help to have you forward a standard mailing address and/or fax number to me.

I look forward to your return response.

Cordially,

Chuck Huss, COMS chuckh@mail.drs.state.wv.us (o)

WV Rehabilitation Center P.O. Box 1004 Barron Drive Institute, WV 25112 TEL: 304-766-4803 (o) Fax: 304-766-4816 (o)

 
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