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Remember Louise Caskie
When did you attend Priory
Who were your most memorable teachers?
I really loved so many of my teachers. Mrs Bourke would bring her dogs(never fewer than 4) and we'd have class on the veranda. Mr Foster was the sweetest history/religious studies professor ever put on this earth. Mrs Nicholson despaired for me but I still speak pretty good Spanish and never spent any time in jail. Teeth and tongue can't tell how much Mr Bourke and Mrs Gregory mean to me. Such kindness can never be repaid, nor will it ever be forgotten. Graham Davis RULES!! Mr and Mrs Gervasio and Mr Brinn can not go without mention either
Mrs. Gregory and Mr. Bourke
Mrs. Bourke, Mr. Davis, Mr. & Mrs. Gervasio, Mr. Brinn and Mrs. Nicholson
Who were your best friends at Priory?
Billy Turner, Howard O'Connor, Francisco Smith, Derek Hughes, I would give anything to hear from Calvin Blackwood, Peter "you give me fever" Milner, and a kidney if Louise Anderson would give me a shout out and would consider it an honour if Randy Cargill and Simon Blake remembered me fondly if at all. And where is Roberto "Burro" Clivio and does he still spray-paint his jeans on? And John Samms should call me at his earliest convenience 215-3401769 and that goes for the rest of you too
Billy Turner, Calvin Blackwood, Roberto Clivio and Louise Anderson
Who are you in touch with today?
None of the above. I have attended Catherine Hubbard's wedding and I have seen Cat Coore perform in Philly once
Who would you like to track down?
I would consider it an honour to hear from any of my former school mates but think Margaret Gregory should thank me again for not letting us both drown at the National Stadium pool.
What was the wildest thing you ever did at Priory?
I only got caught once and expelled for leaving the school and returning altered but Mr Williams had to reinstate me immediately when the lovely proctor gave me a distinction for my A level Spanish oral. Then there was all the stuff we never got caught for...
Mr. Trevor Williams
Who was the craziest person during your time at Priory?
As Francisco so aptly put it we were the Breakfast Club at Priory of our era, but I remember it being a lignum vitae tree
Where do you live and what do you do nowadays?
Doylestown, Pennsylvania is where I've settled. I have been waitressing/bartending for way too long now. I attend a local community college thanks to a letter from Mrs Gregory cause nobody believed I went to school in Ja. and had A levels. I am waiting to be accepted to nursing school and one day I swear I will be a midwife if life spare.
Tell us about any significant others
I have a very lovely and understanding husband Ron Maltz a chiropractor from Brooklyn and 4 children. Catherine (named after Catherine Hubbard) is 24 is in grad school in Boston (psychology) Jess is 21 and is in Ghana as I type this (journalism major at Ithaca). Ben is 14 and just broke his elbow skateboarding. Kaley is 11 and is really sassy. I feel blessed.
Ron and Lousie
Tell us about your most unusual meeting with a Priory person
I look forward to a series of bizarre encounters with homies from Priory. For example, does Malcolm Hernould still have a bizarre laugh that could send Mr Foster shoulders up past his ears. I would recognize it anywhere.
What do you think of the Priory Website?
Thank you thank you thank you this is just what I needed, a portal into my mis-spent youth, now somebody holler back. Jah bless us all, everyone!
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