Priory Website Archive

This Site Was Last Updated on Sunday, 21 May 2006

Site Owner - Stephen Smith

 

Remember Debbie Rickards?

 

      Debbie in 1974

 

Debbie today

 

When did you attend Priory?

1973 - 1981

 

Who was your most unforgettable teacher?

I have great memories of all my teachers at Priory but one that left a lasting impression on me was Jim Roberts, who taught there somewhere around 1979 - 1981.  He encouraged and supported me through a rough time and generally helped me to become a stronger person.  Ms. Marie Gregory also was an inspiration to me and her love of English Language and Literature definitely rubbed off on me.

Mrs Marie Gregory

 

Who were your best friends at school?

Trudie Reid, Debra Swire, Andrew Woods, Peta Ann Logan, Michael Woods, Michael Abrahams, Robert Miller, Kendal Cameron, Curt Williams

                                                                                                                                           Trudie Reid      

                                                                               

Who are you in touch with now?

Trudie, Cheryll, Shirley, William and Edward Reid, Winston McIntosh, Andrew, Michael and Marie Woods, Michael Abrahams, Thomas Desulme, Michael Fennell, Ms. Gregory.

 

 

 Who would you like to trace if we could?

Curt Williams, Keith Chin, Noel Bryan (C-Bar), Robert Miller

 

What's the wildest thing you ever did at Priory?

I wasn't very wild....sorry

Who was the craziest person during your time at Priory?

Probably Terrence Swire.  He was always doing crazy but funny stuff in the Activity Centre

  

Where do you live and what do you do now?

I live in Kingston, Jamaica and I work at the American Embassy here in Kingston.  
 

 

Tell us about any significant others
 

I'm still single and no significant other at the moment

 

What do you think of the Priory site?
 

It's a great idea.  Keep up the good work


 

    Click here to e-mail Debbie

Archive Index

   Back to the homepage

Click here to e-mail Stephen Smith

Stephen Smith 2005