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Al Henry - December 2003
When did you attend Priory?
January 1979 to June 1981
Who was your most unforgettable teacher?
Probably Mr. Roberts he was a lot of fun and mixed a lot with the students (sometimes too much) and Mr. Dwyer.
Who were your best friends at school?
Harold Dawson, Carlos Krieger, Lloyd Hill. There were several others but I am trying not to make the list too long.
Who are you in touch with now?
No one unfortunately.
Who would you like to trace if we could?
What's the wildest thing you ever did at Priory?
I am not sure anything I did "at Priory" would qualify as wild. I am not sure things I did outside of Priory I would necessarily want to share.
Who was the wildest person during your time at Priory?
I would have to check my old yearbooks to remember names but I think Terrance Swier (sp?).
Where do you live and what do you do now?
I live in
Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA (2 hours north of Atlanta). I am an attorney and
the managing partner of the law firm of Luther-Anderson PLLP. I actively
practice law in Tennessee and Georgia. I am on the school board at St. Jude
School. I do mentoring with children through 100 Black Men of Chattanooga
Inc where I am also the immediate past president. Most of my time is taken
up with work and activities with my children. Alaric. My firm's web site is:
Tell us about any significant others
I married my wife Sharon E Chung (maiden name) who was from Kingston, Jamaica 14 years ago. I have three children Ashley, Jared and Conner.
What do you think of the Priory website?
I had no idea it was there. I just typed in The Priory School and got some school in England. When I added Kingston Jamaica I got your website which was pure luck. I had no idea it existed. It would be nice to see more pictures news and information from my graduating class from 1981. I would be nice to have a reunion but it has been 24 years ago since I graduated and of course everyone is spread out. It would be nice to know where everyone is what they are doing and where they now live. Anyway it was a nice surprise and brought back some good memories.
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