Frey & Sons Conducts Retirement Sale for Treglia Enterprises

Despite a constant threat of rain, the auction attracted a large crowd of contractors to the sale site

Wed July 08, 2015 - Midwest Edition
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Frey & Sons President and Chief Auctioneer Robert Frey stayed busy to make sure everything ran smoothly at the auction.
Frey & Sons President and Chief Auctioneer Robert Frey stayed busy to make sure everything ran smoothly at the auction.
Frey & Sons President and Chief Auctioneer Robert Frey stayed busy to make sure everything ran smoothly at the auction. (L-R): Principles of Treglia Enterprises Phil Treglia, Frank Treglia and Chris Kirian were on hand to watch the auction activities. Frey & Sons Auctioneer Kim Wyse calls out another winning bid. Matt Milliran of Milliran’s Asphalt was pleased to have landed a trencher at the auction. (L-R): Don, Debbie and Greg Dobson of Dobson Excavating purchased several items at the auction. (L-R): Rick Gibson of Tuttle Construction catches up with Elmer and Caleb Schwartz of Schwartz Excavating at the auction. Rick Hohenbrink of Hohenbrink Excavating had the winning bids on a trench box and hydraulic hammer at the auction.

Frey & Sons Auctioneers conducted an absolute retirement auction for Treglia Enterprises at the company’s headquarters in Lima, Ohio, on June 25.

The auction featured pieces from other area contractors as well and included a variety of attachments, backhoes, skid steer loaders, and other equipment as well as a wide range of shop items. Despite a constant threat of rain, the auction attracted a large crowd of contractors to the sale site as well as active online bidders.




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