I am one of the “lucky” ones who has managed to escape the rat race of Toronto and now live year round on Pigeon Lake, just outside of Peterborough. There is nothing nicer than waking up each day and watching the mist rise off the lake. I feel very fortunate to live where we do. It’s like the best of both worlds – close to Toronto when we need our fix, and far enough away that we don’t have to deal with traffic. I am married to my best friend Nicole and are extremely proud parents of one daughter and a “small petting zoo of animals”. I am a chaplain with the Community Catholic Church of Canada. It took me years to find the right church as I strongly believe in equality for everyone – regardless of race, sexual orientation or religion. With that in mind, I am proud to be able to offer my services to those looking for a simple civil service or something more spirtually based.

Passionate Side Of Brad

  • When I’m not working or volunteerting within my community, you are likely to find me on the lake fishing.
  • I am a Rotarian and believe strongly in the good work that Rotary does and the values that they stand for.
  • I have worked in the wedding industry for approximately 20 years as a wedding planner, emcee, and disc jockey. I’m always happy to share tips and ideas that I have used to take weddings from good to GREAT!
  • I am a die-hard football fan but being a Bills fan is kind of like being a Leafs fan. It’s not easy.
  • Despite having moved out of Toronto, I find myself in the City all the time – sometimes for work and sometimes just to explore the St. Lawrence Market and other favourite haunts.
  • Both Nicole and I are foodies. I am an avid BBQ and smoking enthusiast known for my ribs and candied smoked bacon.

Professional side of Brad

  • I am a serial entrepreneur having owned a very successful entertainment company, a commercial bakery and two television stations in South Central Ontario over the years.
  • I currently spend my work days managing the health and safety program for Canada’s 6th largest municipality.
  • I am a Ryerson University alumni and have a diploma in Occupational Health and Safety.
  • Better to have loved and lost, than to have never loved

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