PETERBOROUGH: Del Crary Park
June 15, 2022
This morning, The Pathway of Fame, Peterborough and District announced our 2022 inductees for our 25th anniversary year:
David Carley (Dramatic Arts)
With more than 450 Canadian and American stage, radio and television productions having resulted from his storytelling talent, including several locally-staged plays, David Carley has won, and been nominated for, a number of honours, including a Governor General’s Award finalist distinction.
Kate Suhr (Entertainment)
Blessed with abundant musical and theatrical talent, PCVS graduate Kate Suhr has sung and acted her way into the hearts of audiences both near and distant while always taking the time to unselfishly perform in support of organizations and causes right here in her native Peterborough.
The Weber Brothers (Entertainment)
The Weber Brothers came to Peterborough from Maryland in 2000 to learn all they could about making and performing music from the legendary Ronnie Hawkins, learning very well to the tune of numerous studio albums, memorable performances locally as well as across North America and Europe, and charitable support of several local causes.
Donald Glenn Forde (Cultural/Community Betterment)
As a former executive director of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Peterborough, Donald Glenn Forde set the organization on the path to success, all while contributing to his community as a minor hockey executive and as a multi-instrumentalist who performed with the likes of Del Crary and Bobby Kinsman during big band music’s heyday.
Jacob Rodenburg (Cultural/Community Betterment)
For more than 30 years, Jacob Rodenburg has made environmental stewardship, sustainability and education his business, not only as executive director of Camp Kawartha and as a Trent University environmental education teacher but also as a developer of forward-thinking ‘green’ related programs and initiatives.
Lois Tuffin (Cultural/Community Betterment)
From the time she arrived in Peterborough, former newspaper editor Lois Tuffin has tirelessly employed her considerable communication and organizational skills to the benefit of a number of causes and events, including the Great Turkey Exchange that she started and has since fed more than 17,000 people during the holiday season.
John F. (Jack) Bardeau (Community Builder)
A combination of musicianship, service work and sports involvement saw John F. (Jack) Bardeau rarely sit still during his 44 years in Peterborough, the RCAF veteran’s work supporting the hearing impaired as a member of the Telephone Pioneers earning him Bell Canada’s Community Chest Award for Outstanding Citizenship.
David Adams (Community Builder)
For 26 years, David Adams was the face of the Five Counties Children’s Centre as its foundation’s executive director, endlessly promoting and heralding the groundbreaking treatment provided children with physical, communication and developmental needs while volunteering his time for a wide variety of community organizations and events.
The formal induction of our 9 inductees will take place Saturday, September 10th at The Showplace Performance Center.