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  • Home Sweet Home in Ancon

    Ancon house view

    Moving is a lot easier when you don’t have much stuff, as I recently learned when I moved from Amble’s furnished rental apartment to a larger house in Panama City’s Ancon neighborhood. It will serve as my full-time residence now, and for other Amble employees on a part-time basis. I will miss being in Casco Viejo but will enjoy the lush jungle of Ancon.

    A little history of the neighborhood: Ancon is one of the many towns located within the Canal Zone, the area controlled by the US which housed military and civilian personnel associated with canal operations. Ancon served as the administration and health center of the Canal Zone. The canal was turned over to the Panamanian Government in 1999 through the Torrijos-Carter Treaties signed in 1977 (one of those treaties allows the US to defend the canal if its service is threatened).

    Our house is near Hospital Gorgas, named after William Crawford Gorgas, an Army Surgeon General who has been credited with the abatement of malaria and yellow fever, a key component in the successful completion of the canal. The hospital is on the original site of the French hospital (remember, the US bought the rights to build the canal after French attempts failed). The hospital location was chosen because its hillside location captures healthy breezes and avoids the slums and sewers of the city. Originally constructed of wood, it was later rebuilt in concrete in 1915 and retains much of its original form today. The hospital now houses an Oncology Institute and Judicial Courts.

    We live in an area of Ancon known as Herrick Heights. According to www.czbrats.com, the homes in our area were built for doctors in the early 1940s. We are fortunate enough to have a lush green setting, views out to the ocean and famous neighbors (Torrijos from the treaties above). Next time you’re in Panama, stop by for a Ron Abuelo!

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    3 Responses

    1. Steve Volk says:

      Hi Jerrod we met in Panama City with Ben, Dave, Angela and Jason. I’m still in David, Panama working with Angela and Shane Jarvis on various framing(wood) and concrete projects. I haven’t heard from Dave for awhile and was wondering if you have or need a local carpenter with a local labor force for any of the projects on Palneque. I can provide referals if you’d like. You can reach me at my E-mail and at 507-6952-8058 or 954-709-6260 before the 11th of January, Thanks.

    2. Frances says:

      Hi, Shane. I’ve emailed your message on to Jerrod!
      Thanks,
      Frances Limoncelli
      Amble Resorts

    3. Shane Jarvis says:

      Jerrod,
      I have a house on Isla Paridas and I pass by Palenque on a regular basis. I have been transporting materials for our project and for others in the Gulf of Chiriqui on our barge. Please contact me if you are in need of logistical assistance with your project on Palenque. I have spoken breifly with Ben in the past. I can provide referals upon request. Cellular:6675-7191 Thanks.

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    Moving is a lot easier when you don’t have much stuff, as I recently learned when I moved from Amble's furnished rental apartment to a larger house in Panama City's Ancon neighborhood. It will serve as my full-time residence now, and for other Amble employees on a part-time basis. I will miss being in Casco Viejo but will enjoy the lush jungle of Ancon.
    
    A little history of the neighborhood: Ancon is one of the many towns located within the Canal Zone, the area controlled by the US which housed military and civilian personnel associated with canal operations. Ancon served as the administration and health center of the Canal Zone. The canal was turned over to the Panamanian Government in 1999 through the Torrijos-Carter Treaties signed in 1977 (one of those treaties allows the US to defend the canal if its service is threatened).
    
    Our house is near Hospital Gorgas, named after William Crawford Gorgas, an Army Surgeon General who has been credited with the abatement of malaria and yellow fever, a key component in the successful completion of the canal. The hospital is on the original site of the French hospital (remember, the US bought the rights to build the canal after French attempts failed). The hospital location was chosen because its hillside location captures healthy breezes and avoids the slums and sewers of the city. Originally constructed of wood, it was later rebuilt in concrete in 1915 and retains much of its original form today. The hospital now houses an Oncology Institute and Judicial Courts.
    
    We live in an area of Ancon known as Herrick Heights. According to www.czbrats.com, the homes in our area were built for doctors in the early 1940s. We are fortunate enough to have a lush green setting, views out to the ocean and famous neighbors (Torrijos from the treaties above). Next time you’re in Panama, stop by for a Ron Abuelo!
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A little history of the neighborhood: Ancon is one of the many towns located within the Canal Zone, the area controlled by the US which housed military and civilian personnel associated with canal operations. Ancon served as the administration and health center of the Canal Zone. The canal was turned over to the Panamanian Government in 1999 through the Torrijos-Carter Treaties signed in 1977 (one of those treaties allows the US to defend the canal if its service is threatened).

Our house is near Hospital Gorgas, named after William Crawford Gorgas, an Army Surgeon General who has been credited with the abatement of malaria and yellow fever, a key component in the successful completion of the canal. The hospital is on the original site of the French hospital (remember, the US bought the rights to build the canal after French attempts failed). The hospital location was chosen because its hillside location captures healthy breezes and avoids the slums and sewers of the city. Originally constructed of wood, it was later rebuilt in concrete in 1915 and retains much of its original form today. The hospital now houses an Oncology Institute and Judicial Courts.

We live in an area of Ancon known as Herrick Heights. According to www.czbrats.com, the homes in our area were built for doctors in the early 1940s. We are fortunate enough to have a lush green setting, views out to the ocean and famous neighbors (Torrijos from the treaties above). Next time you’re in Panama, stop by for a Ron Abuelo!
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