Bev and Martin Trethewey both attended AVSS in St. Thomas and
graduated in 1969. After going our separate ways after high school,
we were re-united in 2002, built a new home in St. Thomas in 2006,
and got married in October 2009. In 2006, they joined Royal LePage Triland Realty as a broker/realtor team and won the President’s Gold Team Award in 2007, 2008 and 2009. Bev has since decided to continue supporting Martin from an “unlicensed” assistant position. Martin achieved Royal LePage President’s Gold’s Individual Award in 2012 and 2013. He also achieved the Royal LePage Award of Excellence in 2013. In February, 2014, Martin moved to the Re/Max Centre City Realty Inc., Brokerage and is looking forward to continued success with Re/Max.
Martin Trethewey, Broker
Re/Max Centre City Realty Inc., Brokerage
raised in St. Thomas, Ontario, Martin has two daughters, Julie
and Jill, who both live in Chatham. In 1989, after nine years
of working for Union Gas in Chatham, Martin left the company to
pursue a full-time career in real estate. During this time, Martin
has served as a Member of the Real Estate Professional Standards
Committee (1998-2001), Member of the Real Estate Discipline Committee
(1998-2001), Board of Directors for the St. Thomas/Elgin Public
Arts Centre (2006); Fundraising Committee for the Timken Centre
in St. Thomas (2006).
Martin has been involved with the St. Thomas Relay For Life since 2010 and continues to participate as a team committee member.
An OHL and
OMHAC hockey referee for over 16 years, Martin’s interests
include spending time with family and friends, sports, travelling,
and of course, real estate.
“My favourite vacation destinations are China, Italy, Australia and New Zealand.”
To Serve You Better!
As a long time real estate professional, I am proud to inform you that I have recently acquired new skills. With the population of Canada aging, the old ways of selling will not provide the diligence and services that will be needed in coming years. I have been trained to deliver excellence of service to those in the mature and senior markets, and their families, who will need special consideration.
As a real estate professional there is a lot more to listing and selling a home than just the paper process. It takes time, it takes consideration of people’s special needs and it requires a strong team of experts both within and outside of real estate.
There are more than 90,000 Realtors in Canada and less than one per cent has earned the prestigious Accredited Senior Agent professional designation. I am proud to be in this elite group and am looking forward to being of service to you or to those whom you may refer to me.
Whether you’re a first time or experienced buyer or seller I continue to offer you superior support throughout the process. With this course, I can focus as well on the mature and senior market and I promise that I have the patience and the professional tools to provide excellence of service.
– Martin’s Cell
raised in St. Thomas, Ontario, Bev has one son, David, who lives
in London. Bev worked in various roles at London Life for over
37 years, retiring from the company in 2006 to pursue a full-time
career in real estate until December 28, 2010. Bev will continue
to support Martin by doing most of the administrative activities
she performed when she was a licensed sales representative. A
member of Community Living London’s Chair Affair Fundraising
Committee for three years, Bev has also been actively involved
in Meals On Wheels, delivering meals to thousands of people over
20 years. Bev is co-chair of the Canadian Cancer Society Relay
for Life Committee in St. Thomas.
In 2013, Bev received an award for community involvement/volunteerism from the City of St. Thomas.
interests include spending time with family and friends, reading,
knitting, and travelling.
favourite vacation destination is anywhere warm in the winter
and Europe in the summer.”
– Home Office