Bob Pedler, Past President of the Canadian Real Estate Association, to be Honoured with the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal, Presented by Brian Masse of the Canadian Parliament
Posted by Bob Pedler — February 15, 2013
WINDSOR – Brian Masse MP (Windsor West) along with Chief Bruce Montone from the Windsor Fire & Rescue Services will honour 30 recipients including Bob Pedler with the Diamond Jubilee Medal. This commemorative medal was created to mark the 2012 celebrations of the 60th anniversary of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s accession to the Throne.
From Brian Masse: It is with great excitement that we recognize this event with an hounour guard parade by celebrating the contributions of individuals from our community who strive to improve the conditions of fellow Canadians at home and abroad. This is a legacy activity that honours Her Majesty and recognizes the service of Canadians from all walks of life and backgrounds who have helped to create the Canada of today.
The Diamond Jubilee is an opportunity to highlight those Canadians, who, like Her Majesty, have dedicated themselves to service to family, community and country through their significant contributions and achievements.
About Bob Pedler Real Estate
Bob Pedler started his company in 1969 with a single mission - to help people achieve their dream of home ownership. Today, Bob Pedler Real Estate works with hundreds of families, developers and companies to buy and sell homes, condominiums, the family business, cottages or prime pieces of real estate. With the help of services such as the F.I.A.B.C.I. - International Real Estate Federation, of which Bob Pedler is a member, this transaction can take place across town or half way around the world.
Bob Pedler has built his reputation on the highest level of service, both to his clients, and to the community. It is his strong commitment that has made Bob Pedler Real Estate the real estate company of choice in Essex County. It has also helped Bob Pedler achieve his life long dream - "to make our name so visible that when Windsorites think of real estate, they think of Bob Pedler."