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Remember Tal Even
When did you attend Priory
How did you locate the Priory website?
A combination of nostalgic reasons and Google`s abilities
Who were your most memorable teachers?
Mr. Willis McCarthy. His classes were very interesting. He was delightful too.
Who were your best friends at Priory?
Hjordis Tangen, Joy Sinha, Wayne Mangue.
Joy Sinha and Wayne Mangue
Who are you in touch with today?
Unfortunately no one.
Who would you like to track down?
From my class - Hjordis Tangen. From S5 (My brother`s class) – Sean Collins
Hjordis Tangen and Sean Collins
What was the wildest thing you ever did at Priory?
Probably taking part of the international day at Priory as the Israeli rep, without knowing a single word in English…
What memories/views do you have of Priory?
Those were very pleasant days. I learned a lot. The Math teacher (Mrs. Badillo) had a unique technique of returning exams – writing all the grades best to worse on the blackboard, and returning them in this order, so everyone knows your grade.
Mrs. Mary Badillo
I deeply remember Sean Collins`s Shelby (do the brakes work – Sean????) and Michael Mangue`s "Black widow" – 2 great cars…
Who was the craziest person during your time at Priory?
Can`t recall a special lunatic….
Where do you live and what do you do nowadays?
I live in Israel. I studied Law and Business administration. I work for DaimlerChrysler in Israel as a business development manager.
Tell us about any significant others
I am married to Yael, and have 2 adorable boys – Ori, who is 3.5 years old and Ron – 10 months old.
Ori, Tal, Yael and Ron
Tal and Ori
Ori and Ron
Tell us about your most unusual meeting with a Priory person
The only past student I meet occasionally is my brother – Ofer…..
What do you think of the Priory Website?
The website is terrific!! The yearbook site is a gem!!
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Published on the Priory Website Sunday 17th December 2006
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