I write to thank you most sincerely for your inspiring address at our Rugby 7s dinner on Friday last. I believe that your touching reflections upon the enduring human relations which can emerge from the commitment to a common cause in the sporting arena struck a chord with the audience. I, for one, was captivated by your ability to express your sentiments in poetry.

J.Paul Seale. The Australian Lung Foundation.

Peter, many thanks for speaking at our dinners last week. Your speeches added a lot to the nights and obviously went down well with the guests, male and female.

John Davis,. Briar Ridge Vineyard Pty Ltd.

Thank you very much for entertaining us with such an interesting and humorous talk. You drew a capacity crowd and the feedback has been very positive indeed. Of course I recognized you as a rugby coach but had no idea of your literary talents and achievement in business.

Charles Wright President, Sydney Legacy.

I want to thank you very much for your wonderful contribution to the Sir Donald Bradman 89th birthday Dinner evening. It was truly marvelous. There were many people who commented so positively on your poetic contribution which served to enhance the atmosphere of the night.

John McGruther, President the Cricketers Club of NSW.

Thank you for your great effort to get to our function in Newcastle and for your wonderful poems and speech. Most of the parents who attended were very moved by your sentiments and even weeks later are talking about the wonderful night and you in particular.

Pat Slattery, Hunter Junior Rugby Union.

Thanks once again for your efforts at our dinner. As you will have observed it was a very successful evening and your presentation was a major contributing factor.

CP Morgan, The Naval and Military Club Melbourne.

I wish to thank you for providing Mr. Peter Fenton as mc for the Circle’s traditional year-end cricket luncheon. We were delighted to feature cricket greats Ian Healy and Merv Hughes in an interview style format. Peter undertook this session of 45 minutes with wit, empathy and a “rascal” mood in keeping with the occasion. He joked, he touched on emotion and fond memories of an era past. As event mc he ensured that the function was wonderfully received by an audience of almost 300 corporate guests. In addition, his poetry continues “to make grown men cry” and is always a hit with our subscribers and their guests.

John Weiss, Chief Executive, Trans Tasman business circle.

Am writing to offer the thanks of the ATA for you participation in the 2002 Australian trucking Convention in Hobart. The convention was a great success and your contribution was most assuredly was an important part of that success.

Chris Althaus, CEO Australian Trucking Association.

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