Last updated Saturday April 11, 2009
Remember Andrew Heale
Andrew Heale 1985
Andrew Heale 2009
When did you attend Priory
What was your nickname at Priory?
How did you locate the Priory website?
Google and Facebook
Who were your most memorable teachers?
Physics teacher Mr. McLaughlin as he was off the hook most of the times. He was a scientist who tried to be funny. Reminded me of the cartoon Foghorn Leghorn.
Who were your best friends at Priory?
Sean Tame, he would always ask my grandmother if we could hang out and it worked 90% of the time.
Sean Tame 1985
Who are you in touch with today?
Quite a few on Facebook but they tend to be standoffish(is that a word?)As I have not seen them in 20+ years, people tend to be sceptical when they communicate. Lennox Logan and Matthew Roberts are the good people. Oh yes, Danielle Lewis and Chris Simmons also.
Who would you like to track down?
Sean Tame of course
What was the wildest thing you did at Priory?
The day I started and found out these kids were not conventional Jamaican children but children of foreign countries, they corrupted me with their wicked ways....
Tell us about your memories of Priory and Jamaica
P.E. was the best class for me as I was outdoors, I wish it stayed privately owned to this day as I would like to visit in 2009.
Who was the craziest person during your time at Priory?
Atif Khan, this kid was unbelievably crazy, Rambo Knife was always ready at the sessions in Norwood and Jacks Hill, he disliked Hillel boys. Chris Moo was the mouth of the south. Paul Josephs was always trying to bruk out on somebody.
Where do you live and what do you do nowadays?
I live in Central Florida and manage a company that contracts for the Cable company.
Tell us about any significant others
My crazy wife is an American Southern Woman, lots of attitude but patient enough to tolerate a Jamaican man
Tell us about your most unusual meeting with a Priory person
Meeting up with anyone on Facebook for the first time in 20+ yrs, always awkward at first but you just hope they remember you.
What do you think of the Priory Website?
It is quite elaborate and maintained accordingly. Thanks for keeping it going.
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ęStephen Smith 2009
Published on the Priory Website Sunday 29th March 2009
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