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Cat Auction Services Holds Sale in St. Thomas, Pa.

Wed July 18, 2012 - Northeast Edition
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Cleveland Brothers CAT’s Joe Goncalves (L) and Jeremy Andrews (R) catch up with former associate, Frank Kessler, at the auction.
Cleveland Brothers CAT’s Joe Goncalves (L) and Jeremy Andrews (R) catch up with former associate, Frank Kessler, at the auction.
Cleveland Brothers CAT’s Joe Goncalves (L) and Jeremy Andrews (R) catch up with former associate, Frank Kessler, at the auction. Cat Auction Services’ President Rick Alban (L) keeps an eye on the bidding as Auctioneer Darryl Yoder calls out the bids. Ryan Yaukey (L) and Bernard Washabaugh of Second State Enterprises check out a Caterpillar 224E roller at the auction. Having purchased a few Topcon systems, Bob Brown of EM Brown Inc., Clearfield, Pa., has his eye on a Caterpillar D8 dozer at the auction. Patrick McGrew (L) of McGrew Equipment and Bill McGrew of HTI Contractors came in from Maryland in hopes of taking back some equipment. Edwin (L) and Kirk Martin (R) of David H. Martin Excavating meets up with Cleveland Brothers CAT’s Jason Ritchey at the sale. Bill Kirchhoff of Cleveland Brothers CAT and wife, Jean, stop by to wish everyone at Charles E. Brake Company all the best. (L-R): Scott Parson of Scott’s Hauling & Excavating, Joe Mumma of Valley Quarries, Corey Berkheimer of Groff Tractor and Equipment, and John King of Valley Quarries get ready to watch the auction. Jim Renehan of MJR Contracting tries out a Caterpillar 420E backhoe.

Cat Auction Services held an auction June 28 in St. Thomas, Pa.

The complete equipment dispersal auction was conducted at the Charles E. Brake Company headquarters. Along with a host of Caterpillar equipment, the auction featured a wide variety of service, dump and pickup trucks. The sale attracted bidders primarily from Pennsylvania, Maryland, and West Virginia, as well as heavy online bidding activity.