Our Weekly Meetings
Through this Covid-19 pandemic we meet most Friday mornings at 7:30 am by video conference.  For an invitation to attend please contact: stoneycreekrotary@gmail.com.   
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About Our Club
 
 
Our Mission is to provide service to others, locally and internationally, we promote integrity, high ethical standards and goodwill through the fellowship of Stoney Creek businesses, professionals and community leaders.
 
Our vision is to become an engaged and diverse Club, fostering learning, leadership and fellowship while providing Service Above Self to areas of need locally and internationally.
     
In 1992 a number of community-minded business people met weekly for food, fun and fellowship.
 
Each represented a distinct business or professional classification.  The result is a broad spectrum of experience and idea. 
 
Being a Rotarian means being able to enrich the lives of others, while discovering a world of personal enrichment through service.
 

Welcome to our club!

We meet In Person
Fridays at 7:30 AM
St. Joseph's Centre for Ambulatory Health Services
2757 King Street East
Hamilton, ON L8G 1J3
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Tom Peddle
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Tom was born in Hamilton, Ontario, attended Westdale Secondary School followed by Hamilton Collegiate Institute and McMaster University where he majored in Economics.  Though still several courses short of his degree.  He apparently enjoyed making money more than studying as he also worked delivering pizza, private investigator, security guard supervisor and as a member of 705 (Hamilton) Communication Squadron, receiving an Honourable Discharge with the rank of Corporal.
 
Tom eventually found his way into sales, first vacuum cleaners, then waterbeds, greenhouse supplies and then pumps.  He had risen to become a Marketing Manager and then a District (BC) Sales Manager.  A change in career path led to Real Estate, becoming a Sales Representative in 2003, a Broker in 2006 and the same year he founded Aberwin Realty Inc. - a Real Estate Brokerage.  As a native Hamiltonian, his extensive knowledge of the Hamilton area and neighbourhoods, as well as the local Real Estate market have proven to be invaluable assets in his chosen profession.  Today, his brokerage is located in Stoney Creek.
 
Tom first joined Rotary in 1989(ish) with the Hamilton East-Wentworth Rotary Club and served as their Sergeant-At-Arms.  Relocating to Surrey B.C. in 1995 he joined the Cloverdale Rotary Club.  His favourite memory there was getting up early many a Saturday morning to sell coffee and later in the day, hot dogs at the nearby grocery store parking lot.  When he returned to the Hamilton area in August 2000, he soon joined the Mount Hope Lions Club during which time he served as both the Club Treasurer and then Secretary.  Joining the Stoney Creek Rotary club in 2015 at the behest of his good friend, Ralph Button where he has been very active particularly since joining our Board in July 2016.  He first became President in July 2019, moved over to Treasurer in October 2019, and became President for us once more this past July.
 
Tom is married to Maureen and they have two children, Tristan, and Lauren.  They reside in Mount Hope, Ontario.  Always a sports enthusiast, growing up playing hockey, baseball, basketball, and football. As an adult he became a squash player, a hockey coach, a soccer coach and later a football referee.  He is an avid Freemason belonging to Battlefield Lodge No. 61, the Hamilton Chapters of the Scottish Rite and the Caledonia Chapter No. 236 of Royal Arch Masons.  He credits the Freemasons as well as Rotary for adding a great deal to his leadership skill sets.
 
Tom’s favourite quote is from Bro. Benjamin Franklin, “If you want something done, ask a busy person.”  He continues to strive to be that busy person.