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Remember Carol Hill
When did you attend Priory
Who were your most memorable teachers?
Marie Gregory - I learned to love English and literature through Mrs. Gregory. We also had great fun in her class.
Who were your best friends at Priory?
Mark Swanson, Andrew Yang, Anthony Sarnia ,Brenda Mize ,Jane Scarffe
Mark Swanson, Jane Scarffe and Andrew Yang
Who are you in touch with today?
Through the Priory website I have been in touch with Robert Morgan and Mark Swanson. It was amazing to find out how everyone is doing .
Who would you like to track down?
The friends I mentioned above
What was the wildest thing you ever did at Priory?
Who was the craziest person during your time at Priory?
I found the antics of Simon Blake highly amusing along with his charming ways of explaining his way out of things!!!
Where do you live and what do you do nowadays?
I live in Vancouver , British Columbia, Canada and I am a Clinical Resource Nurse for two medical wards at a local hospital.
Tell us about any significant others
I am recently divorced. I have three grown children Catherine(25), Jonathan(23) and Mark(20). My sister Rosemary is also a nurse and works at the same hospital , which is great.
Carol with Mum Rose 2004
Tell us about your most unusual meeting with a Priory person
What do you think of the Priory Website?
I think the Priory website is great and I applaud Stephen Smith and others for starting it. It is lovely to connect with old friends and go back down memory lane!! Mrs. Gregory is going to be having a visit with us sometime this summer and it has all been through the website. My brother David has even had lunch in Calgary with some old Priory friends. We all check in regularly and "catch up" . You've done an excellent job and we are all very grateful for the time you put into it.
David and Barb Hill
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Published on the Priory Website Sunday 2nd July 2006
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