07/05/12 - 11:32pm
That the Kenai Peninsula left an indelible mark on Sohail Marey is no surprise. That part of that indelible mark is a tattoo is a surprise.
The permanent impression the Peninsula left in Marey’s mind is easy to understand.
Marey lived on the Peninsula from 1985 until moving back to Israel at the end of the school year.
In his time here, he taught at Peninsula schools, had four of his children go through Peninsula schools, coached youth swimming starting in 1987 and even served as a firefighter and emergency medical technician when he first came to the Peninsula.