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Remember Suzanne Brown

Suzanne 1975

Suzanne 2006

 

When did you attend Priory

1975 - 1976  

 

How did you locate the Priory website?

My sister was browsing

 

Who were your most memorable teachers?

Mrs. Nicholson, she scared the sh-- out of me!

 

Pearline Nicholson

 

Who were your best friends at Priory?

Jenny A'Brook and Faith Graham.  They were just good people.  

 

Jenny A'Brook and Faith Graham

 

Who are you in touch with today?

Unfortunately, no one.

ho would you like to track down?

Jenny A'Brook

 

What was the wildest thing you ever did at Priory?

Not much, I was a bit of a nerd.

 

What memories/views do you have of Priory?

Lots of interesting people.  I would love to see it now to see how things have changed.

 

Who was the craziest person during your time at Priory?

Glen Martin.  He wasn't afraid of anyone or anything.  One day he came into Mrs. Brown's geography class late sounding like a motorcycle, she said "Glen, to the principals office!" and he turned around and "drove out".

Glen Martin

 

Where do you live and what do you do nowadays?

I live in my home city of Calgary, Alberta, Canada.  I am an LPN and work for a nursing home looking after the elderly patients.

 

Tell us about any significant others

None at this time.  Met a few Mr. Wrongs, so far no Mr. Right.

 

Tell us about your most unusual meeting with a Priory person

In 1979 I visited Wales and saw my friend Jennifer A'Brook.  That year I had had 3 brain surgeries to remove a brain tumor and was not looking like my usual self, and Jenny was wearing leg braces on both legs for some bone degenerative thing.

What do you think of the Priory Website?

I think its great!  I've often thought that the best school reunion ever would be a Priory one.

 

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Published on the Priory Website Sunday 18th March 2007