Congratulations to the 2019 CMHC and MREA Distinguished REALTOR® Award Recipients

May 1 , 2020


We are pleased to announce that Deborah Goodfellow and Tony Rinella are the recipients of the 2019 CMHC and MREA Distinguished REALTOR® award!


Deborah Goodfellow 

Deborah is described as quite humble despite her many accomplishments and the incredible work she has done in her community. She has taken every opportunity presented to make a difference in her business and improve and maintain the image of REALTORS®. 

Deborah’s community involvement is extensive. If someone needs a chairperson or a committee member, she puts up her hand. She is particularly proud of the impact she made as a founder and as chair of MREA Shelter Foundation in its early days.
In her local community, Deborah volunteers at the senior’s center and has held various volunteer roles with the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada. She was also an early supporter of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights and was proud to see it open.
As an ambassador for health and wellness and as a published author, Deborah believes in taking control of our health to be the best version of ourselves. Those that know her are continually amazed at her determination and ambition both personally and professionally.

Tony Rinella 

Tony has been involved in real estate for almost 40 years. He is described as a REALTOR® who is always striving to learn and provide his clients with the best our industry has to offer. He is dedicated to his family, attends numerous community events and volunteers on multiple committees. 
Always happy to provide sound advice and encouragement, Tony is considered a bright light. His good nature, strong ethics and commitment to great service are clear. He is always looking to build his connection with people in a way that is warm, sincere and thoughtful.
He is also regarded as one of the most community-involved REALTORS®. Whether it is volunteering at Siloam Mission, conducting clothing/coat drives for Agape Table or Resource Assistance for Youth (RaY), or in his current volunteer roles, Tony's commitment to making a difference and helping those in need in our community is inspiring.