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About Tom Antonellis
Tom has been involved with many community projects and enjoys volunteering his time and talents.
Over the years, he has participated in numerous wheelchair ramp projects with the Eastern Mass National Association of the Remodeling Industry, given presentations to community groups and schools about Aids Walk Africa, and created matching donation programs for nonprofits as awareness and support from his business clients.
His passion for Scouting, which began in 1963, led him to be involved with Cub Scout Pack 88 Wayland for over a decade, serving as Den Leader, Pack Committee Chair, and Charter Representative for the Pack.
Tom has also supported Wayland baseball, volunteered as a set builder for Wayland Middle School Drama, and volunteered in the Wayland Outdoor Education program (going on over 100 trips with the program).
His community involvement isn’t limited to just Wayland. Read more about how Tom has made a difference, below.
Making the World a Better Place
Tom was awarded the rank of Eagle Scout and has continued to uphold the honor by demonstrating “service and leadership” in every part of his life.
Graduated from Waltham Vocational High School and promptly opened Carpentry by Tom Antonellis.
Tom built a home in Wayland with his wife, Laurie, and raised two children there, Cori and David. They were active members of the community of Wayland. Tom and Laurie now live in Norfolk, where they support both Norfolk and Wayland communities.
1990 – 1997
Member of the Wayland Kiwanis Club
1999 – 2009
Rebuilding Together Boston
(Volunteer, Member, Chair of the Board of Directors, Chair of the Site Selection Committee)
2006, 2007, 2008
Participated in the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation’s AIDS Walk Africa, walking through Tanzania and Swaziland for five days and raising more than $65,000 for the Foundation’s life-saving programs.
2006 – 2007
Volunteered to help rebuild homes in the Gulf due to Hurricane Katrina with Wayland to Waveland, Mission to Mississippi, and Rebuilding Together.
Awarded the Silver Beaver award from Boy Scouts of America, the highest award an adult scout can receive for community and scouting involvement.
Presented with the Unsung Heroes Award from the Town of Wayland for his contributions to the community and the world.
Official sponsor of the Norfolk Warriors Baseball team
Received the NARI HERO Award for extraordinary contributions of time and service to the organization and the local community.
Hope Walks Fundraiser
Over the years, Tom has raised money and awareness for Mass General Cancer Center at Newton-Wellesley (Previously known as the Vernon Cancer Center), which provides advanced cancer treatment and support services for patients.