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Site Owner - Stephen Smith


Remember Peter-James 'PJ' Gregory?


              PJ - 1974

PJ today


When did you attend Priory?

1968 to 1977


Who was your most unforgettable teacher?

Mr. Bourke - he was always there for guidance and discussion. Mr. Chevannes - those yellow running shoes and the track suits. He was a good motivator. Mr. Batten - he was very quick with the yard stick, and quite accurate too.

Mr Chavannes - minus yellow running shoes 


Who were your best friends at school?

Egan Cobbold, Ray Williams, Kurt Hedmann, Craig Hedmann, Mark Morin, Kenrick Morris, Hillary Myers.


                                                                                                Egan Cobbold      


Who are you in touch with now?

Stefan Cobbold, Kurt Hedmann, Craig Hedmann, Mark Morin, Simon and Malcolm Hernould. I see Wendy Sasso occasionally as she is friends with my wife's cousin.

Wendy Sasso


 Who would you like to trace if we could?

Ray Williams, Patrick Drake, Billy Wilmott.


Billy Wilmott today (Courtesy of OnceTime)

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

I took a tree to math class (with help from Craig Hedmann - he liked to help with special projects). This was not a shrub, but a real tree about 6 feet tall. It caused a bit of trouble, but it added some greenery to the classroom.

Craig Hedmann

Who was the craziest person during your time at Priory?

Craig Hedmann, followed by Steven "Doopie" DaCosta. Too many stories to tell......



Where do you live and what do you do now?

I live in Toronto Canada. I own a tire and wheel distribution business that warehouses and distributes products to car dealerships and tire stores. I also own two tire and wheel retail stores.


Tell us about any significant others

I am married to Debbie (nee Hoo - Peter & Paul & Campion), and we have a son Jeremy (6 years old).


What do you think of the Priory site?

The site is great. Maybe you could add a "New Pictures Section".


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