Alex Lyon & Son Hosts Liquidation Sale for Wis. Firm

Multiple manufacturers were represented at the sale, including Caterpillar, Bomag, Towmaster, Case, Lull and many more.

📅   Tue February 16, 2016 - Midwest Edition


John Ellas of Ellas Construction runs this Bomag BW213 roller.
John Ellas of Ellas Construction runs this Bomag BW213 roller.
John Ellas of Ellas Construction runs this Bomag BW213 roller.
Derek Verhalen (L) of Bane & Nelson and Kyle Felton of Interstate Erecting check the undercarriage of this John Deere dozer. 
Digger Gavers of Gavers Excavating looks over this Volvo Dennis Pigeon of Pigeon Asphalt Paving takes a look at some the IR double drum rollers.
Prior to the start of the auction the owners and management of both Alex Lyon & Son and Black Diamond Group Inc. took time for a quick picture. (L-R) are Jack Lyon, owner and president of Alex Lyon & Son; Deb Teglia, owner of Black Diamond Group Inc.; Cha The Bjoin family and owners of Bjoin Limestone came to see if they could find a deal on some of the machines at the Jan. 23 auction. (L-R) are Chris, John and Paul Bjoin.
(L-R): Allen Giblin, Simon Bradley, Johnny Simpson and Laim Doherty, all of Donegal Excavating, shop the selection of graders at the sale. 
Paul Opie of Parking Lot Maintenance checks the condition of the Fiat-Allis FG-65C grader.

Alex Lyon & Son held a complete liquidation sale of Black Diamond Group Inc.'s inventory on Jan. 23. Multiple manufacturers were represented at the sale, including Caterpillar, Bomag, Towmaster, Case, Lull and many more. Equipment from these manufacturers included asphalt pavers, asphalt rollers, skid steers, motorgraders and more.

Black Diamond has been serving southeast Wisconsin since 1959. Founded by Raymond Teglia and headquartered in Oak Creek, Wis., the company was one of Wisconsin's most trusted commercial asphalt paving companies and has been involved with multiple noteworthy paving and parking lot projects in the community. The company partnered with Make-A-Wish Wisconsin with its “Paving the Way to Brighter Tomorrows” campaign and represented the company's gratefulness and willingness to serve others. After 57 years, Deb Teglia, president and owner of Black Diamond Group Inc., has decided to retire. “I am very pleased that we had such a great January day for our equipment auction. We had a wonderful turnout and we are pleased with the results,” said Teglia.

For more information, visit www.lyonauction.com/index.html.