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Jerry Doegblee
Jerry Doegblee

Jerry Doegblee was born and raised in Liberia.He is a student of the United Methodist University and a participant of the BHP Billiton Marathon on August 28, 2011.

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Jerry Doegblee
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Date of Birth: Apr/12/1979
  Key Hole, Old Road
  United Methodist University
  City: Monrovia
Tel: +231777-21-70-28/ +2135-82-12-71
Place of Origin: Liberia

Jerry Doegblee was born and raised in Liberia. He was born unto the union of Mr. and Mrs. Doegblee in the year 1979 in Cestos City, Rivercess County.

Jerry’s father was a local chief who once worked with the Voice of America (VOA) back in 1976.

He is a devoted Christian and a member of the United Methodist Church in Liberia. He sings in the choir.

Jerry Doegblee began his education at the Nyorwein Public School in Rivercess County. He later came to Monrovia and graduated from the Kingdom Harvest Academy on Tubman Boulevard in Sinkor.

In 2007, upon his graduation from high school, he enrolled at the United Methodist University where he is currently studying Sociology and Political Science.

He has worked with the National Elections Commissions as a representative of a political party during the 2005 General and Presidential Elections.

Jerry Doegblee has dedicated his participation in the 2011 marathon to his beloved baby sister, Joetta T. Burgess, who recently graduated from the Apostolic Foundation High School in Monrovia. As her elder brother, he feels very proud of his sister’s accomplishment.



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Author: aaronprs (Aaron Preston, Atlanta Georgia)
Fri May 13 01:20:39 2011

I highly appreciate the Mayor's BHP Billiton-Liberia Marathon scheduled for August, 2011.I will like to know what is the total mils coverage for this Marathon? However, considering the distance for the first time, I will recommend that the distance be reviewed and consideration be given for adjustment.

Aaron O.Preston Atalanta, Georgia, USA

Author: All Afrique 2013
Sun May 15 03:59:59 2011

I was wandering, if the reporter was adding his or her own words, to the news about, marathon race in Monrovia.Metropolitan Monrovia , is not so small a city. From SKD Sport Complex in Paynesville City, to Freeport is about 15 miles. From freeport to the intersection of Broad and Johnson street, is another five miles. So, how much more miles will they be running? A marathon race at international standards, is not more then 26 miles, I thing.And, Liberians, are not long distance runners. We can not even run short distances properly. Less we talk about full Marathon. They… [Read Full Text]

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