Canada Soccer Hall of Fame
|Date of birth:||1890-06-25|
|Date of death:||1985-11-10|
Canada Soccer Past President
Canada Soccer Life Member (†)
Canada Soccer Patron
Hall of Fame honoured member
Leonard Arthur Peto... birthdate is unconfirmed (1890 or 1892?)... he moved to Canada in 1912... worked for the Canadian Car and Foundry Company... he was 95 years old when he passed away on 10 November 1985 in Solano County, CA, USA...
played soccer for Montreal Amateur Athletic Association...
served as manager of Montréal Carsteel... served as the first president of the National Soccer League... served as a vice president of the Canadian Soccer Association (1932-33), then known as the Dominion of Canada Football Association... served as the 11th president of the Canadian Soccer Association (1935-38), then known as the Dominion of Canada Football Association... member of the board of the Montréal Canadiens... was part of the Canadiens when the team won the 1944 Stanley Cup... part of group that nearly got an NHL franchise in Philadelphia in the 1940s... was appointed a Patron of the Canadian Soccer Association, then known as the Dominion of Canada Football Association...
|2011||Honoured Member (Pioneer)||The Soccer Hall of Fame|
|1939?||Life Member / membre à vie (†)||Canada Soccer Life Member|