CUMMING, Ga. (AP) - Services are planned Saturday for a Peace
Corps worker from Georgia who was found dead in the west African
nation of Benin.
The service for 24-year-old Catherine "Kate" Puzey of Cumming
is scheduled for 11 a.m. Saturday in Alpharetta at The Sanctuary at
Birmingham United Methodist Church.
Lois Puzey says her daughter's body will be accompanied back to
Georgia in a few days by a Peace Corps official.
Puzey's body was found early Thursday outside her home in Benin,
and officials suspect someone killed her.
Neither the State Department nor the Peace Corps has commented on the cause of death, which will be determined by U.S. and local investigators.
Her father, Harry Puzey, tells The Atlanta Journal-Constitution,
that he and his wife do not believe her death was political or
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