About the Doser Family
Thanks for visiting DOSER.ORG. We hope you find our web site interesting. If you are curious, here is a little information about us:
Mark: I was born in Rochester, New York and grew up in
nearby Fairport. After teaching for several years in the Rochester
area, I moved to Lake Placid, in the Adirondack Mountains of New York
State. I taught social studies at Keene Central School in Keene
Valley. I developed a real love for the Adirondack Mountains. The
pictures of the Adirondacks on this web site I took myself. In 1996 and
taught English at two summer language camps in Banya, Bulgaria and
Yalta, Cimea, Ukraine. There are many pictures and more information
on the Bulgaria and Crimea pages. In 1998 I began teaching English in
Sofia, Bulgaria on a fellowship from the University of Montana. From
1999 to 2004 I taught world history at the American
Sofia. In 1999 I married Iva. I like
to play the guitar, listen to music, go skiing, be outdoors, use
computers and speak Bulgarian. Some of my favorite foods are:
pizza, chili, wafer cookies (вафли,
in Bulgarian), kavarma, musaka and tacos. (See the Bulgarian page for
descriptions of Bulgarian food.) I teach US History and Economics at
Penfield High School.
Iva: I was born in Gabrovo, Bulgaria, the youngest of three
sisters. I graduated from the Aprilov High School in Gabrovo, which
was the first school established in all of Bulgaria in 1835. I met
Mark in 1996. I attended Sofia University and graduated in 2000 with
a degree in Law. I like to go
for walks, exercise to keep in shape and visit new places. I am a
financial services representative for Canandaigua National Bank.
The following links will lead to choices for thumbnail images.
1999 - including our wedding and our honeymoon in Spain.
1998 - including Mike & Jill Doser's wedding.
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