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Alex Lyon & Son Holds Two-Day Sale in Elmhurst

Fri July 06, 2012 - Midwest Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


(L-R): Bill Farmer of Construction Equipment Sales Inc. catches up with the father and son team of Kyle and Dale Berger of Berger Excavating.
(L-R): Bill Farmer of Construction Equipment Sales Inc. catches up with the father and son team of Kyle and Dale Berger of Berger Excavating.
(L-R): Bill Farmer of Construction Equipment Sales Inc. catches up with the father and son team of Kyle and Dale Berger of Berger Excavating. Mike Flowers of Tri-State Equipment Co. looks over the engine of this Cat 120B excavator. In the cab of this Cat IT 28B to make sure everything is “good to go” is Don Peterson of Waterford Truck Service Inc. Future contractor Jacob Rosa and his dad, Carl, are here to see the skid steers. Marty Christofano, president of Christofano Equipment Co., is looking to see if he can grab a deal or two. Ben Hanson (L) of Alexander Equipment Co. and John Cordero of J.P.C. Tree Service are having a good time at the sale. Checking the engine of this Ford F550 service truck are Doug Stuart (L) and Brian Fahey, both of Dunnet Bay Construction. Harts Tractor & Equipment Co. President Mike Hart (L) and Alex Lyon & Son Sales President Jack Lyon spend a few minutes prior to the start of the two-day auction.

Alex Lyon & Son Sales Managers & Auctioneers Inc. held a two day sale June 29 and 30 in Elmhurt, Ill., just outside of Chicago. The event was a downsizing sale for Harts Tractor & Equipment Co.




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