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Alex Lyon & Son Holds Liquidation Sale in Bow, N.H.

Tue May 08, 2012 - Northeast Edition
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Arleigh Greene (L), Seabrook Truck Center, Seabrook, N.H., and Larry Kelley, Kendall Construction, Groveland, Mass., explained that they “took some time away from our busy schedule of work and Weight Watcher meetings” to attend the Alex Lyon &
Arleigh Greene (L), Seabrook Truck Center, Seabrook, N.H., and Larry Kelley, Kendall Construction, Groveland, Mass., explained that they “took some time away from our busy schedule of work and Weight Watcher meetings” to attend the Alex Lyon &
Arleigh Greene (L), Seabrook Truck Center, Seabrook, N.H., and Larry Kelley, Kendall Construction, Groveland, Mass., explained that they “took some time away from our busy schedule of work and Weight Watcher meetings” to attend the Alex Lyon & Ben Thompson (L), Pittsfield, N.H., and Paul LeBlanc, LeBlanc’s Welding, Pittsfield, N.H., visited the sale to check out the equipment and, as they said, “befriend a millionaire.” The crowd was plentiful at Alex Lyon & Son’s complete liquidation auction in Bow, N.H., on April 28. These sale ringers for Alex Lyon & Son were searching the crowd for the highest bidder in a sea of anxious attendees looking to add more equipment and trucks to their fleet. Jack Lyon, owner of Alex Lyon & Son Sales Managers & Auctioneers Inc., is the mastermind behind the extremely reputable and established auction company that strives towards, “translating the promises of today into the auctions of tomorrow.” Mark Mattice (L), and John Burton, Burton Landscaping LLC, Bow, N.H., didn’t have very far to travel to peruse the nicely maintained vintage and low-houred equipment for sale at Alex Lyon & Son’s liquidation auction. Steve Roz (L), Diamond Utility Corp. Franklin, N.H., and Brad Dunlop, owner of Dunzzo Recycling, Concord, N.H., pose with this JCB backhoe loader for sale at the auction.

On April 28 Alex Lyon & Son held a complete liquidation auction in Bow, N.H., for Gordon Construction Inc., a company closing its doors after 62 great years in the business.

The sale included construction equipment, trucks and trailers, most of it either vintage or low-houred items, including hydraulic excavators, articulated haul trucks and detachable gooseneck trailers. Also included in the sale were the 36 acres on which the sand and gravel operation portion of the business was located.