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Myron Bowling Holds Auction for Local Company

Mon September 03, 2012 - Midwest Edition
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Phil Sakalian (L) of Fiori Enterprises catches up with Frank DiPonio of DiPonio Contracting during the sale.
Phil Sakalian (L) of Fiori Enterprises catches up with Frank DiPonio of DiPonio Contracting during the sale.
Phil Sakalian (L) of Fiori Enterprises catches up with Frank DiPonio of DiPonio Contracting during the sale. Tom Bowling keeps the bids moving along at a rapid clip. Paul Kero (L) and Kurt French of Central Wisconsin Equipment are looking to bring home some bargains. Randy Bouillon (L) of Power Curbers Inc. joins fellow Iowan, Bob Conaway of Mid Country Machinery to watch the auction activities. Vern Brockway (L) and Jason Bombrisk of Regal Recycling are ready to bid on some pavers. Adam (L) and Mark Stankovich of Stankovich Contracting Company hope to pick up some of the trucks up for bid. Ken Chartier of Conus Equipment has his son, Konner, along for help in picking out equipment to bid on.

Myron Bowling Auctioneers held an auction Aug. 7 in Novi, Mich. The auction, conducted to sell a large variety of batch plants, pavers, cranes and trucks owned by Tony Angelo Cement Construction Company, drew a good sized local crowd of contractors as well as bidders from as far away as Illinois, Iowa and Wisconsin.