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Remember Ivanhoe 'Ricky' Lindo?

          

 

When did you attend Priory?

1973-1976

 

Who was your most unforgettable teacher?

None stand out (because it's been a long time) but I just saw a cable TV documentary on my Priory art teacher, Mr. Graham Davis and I was very impressed. Apparently, he's a local art celebrity now - guess I should have paid more attention in class :-). 

              

Who were your best friends at school?

I remember Alistair Wint being a good guy - many years later and quite by coincidence, I actually ended up dating his cousin in Washington, DC.             

     

Alistair Wint

Who are you in touch with now?

Just my cousin Jaye and my childhood friend, Niquette - both of who also attended Priory.

 

 Who would you like to trace if we could?

It might be interesting to see how Alistair turned out.

       

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

Dumped some water on a guy named Jeffery Bunny as a joke - he pulled a knife on me and was not happy (but it was a small knife).

 

Who was the craziest person during your time at Priory?

I remember David Gonzalez (his mother was a science teacher there). He was part of a school trip to Central America. He was quite the practical joker and a very funny guy - one of his jokes backfired and the cops looking for us in El Salvador.

  

David Gonzalez

Mentioned as a top joker for the second week running!

Where do you live and what do you do now?


I live in Fairfax, VA and am an IT project director for a medical accreditation company in Washington, DC.

 

Tell us about any significant others


Married to Ellen for the past 3 years. Have taken her to JA twice and we even visited Priory earlier this year (my pic is from that trip).

 

What do you think of the Priory site?


Awesome - I've searched for Priory on the web for years and I love it, especially the scanned yearbooks!

 

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