Peter started his 35-year run as an infielder with Boychuk Lumber. He joined the Saskatoon Royals as a player/coach, then played for the Osler Monarchs.
Next up were the Saskatoon K & K Olson Jewellers. Besides playing for the team, he coached K & K to provincial titles in 1966 and 1967.
He was an assistant coach with the Crown Tire Merchants and won a provincial title coaching the Saskatoon Merchants. Sereda was assistant manager of Rempel Brothers, who were Saskatchewan champions in 1985 and Canadian champions in 1987.
In addition to playing and coaching Peter also found time to do some umpiring as well.
As the president of the Saskatoon Amateur Softball Association, Sereda led a city-wide canvas with petitions, looking for a permanent softball field in Saskatoon. In May of 1964, Sereda officially opened Holiday Park, now known as Gordie Howe Park.
* Deceased *