This Site Was Last Updated on Sunday, 21 January 2007
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Remember George Cumming
George Cumming c. 1965
What was your nickname at Priory?
When did you attend Priory
How did you locate the Priory website?
Someone mentioned it to me and I Googled the name and found it.
Who were your most memorable teachers?
Nell Bourke- she ignited a love for literature in me, especially for the Irish authors
Who were your best friends at Priory?
Dave Lake, Brad Guerin, Kay-Lynn Andrews, Alice Purnell
George and Alice at Port Morant
Kay Lynn Andrews
Who are you in touch with today?
All of the above, thanks, in a large part, to this web site!
Who would you like to track down?
I often wonder how and where Pamela Anne Gordon Chambers is.
What was the wildest thing you ever did at Priory?
Can't touch this!
What memories/views do you have of Priory?
So many: Miss Lou's fudge, ringing the bell (did it for 3 years), track, finding black widow spiders under the desks in B4, Trevor Williams' MG, Mr Fowler in his robes. Jamaica was a gentler place then.
George loved his track!
Mr. Fowler in robes
Who was the craziest person during your time at Priory?
Can't think of one who really stands out.
Where do you live and what do you do nowadays?
My wife Debbie and I operate CENTURY 21 in Jamaica.
Tell us about any significant others
Debbie is a wonderful person whom I met while she was on a date with someone else many years ago. I have the dubious distinction of having attended both her weddings, though with a more significant role in the second than the first!
George, daughter Sarah, son Scott and Debbie
Tell us about your most unusual meeting with a Priory person
I think it was in the UK at a conference I saw someone who looked familiar, though I couldn't place him. Finally we chatted and it turned out to be Keith Slater- we were both working for the same company
What do you think of the Priory Website?
Love it! I have re-established contact with some old friends which has been wonderful.
Would love to see more old candid photos, though I know they are hard to come by.
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Published on the Priory Website Sunday 21 January 2007