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Nearly 250 Lots of Equipment Go on Block During Yoder & Frey Auction

Fri December 02, 2011 - Northeast Edition
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Yoder and Frey Auctioneers Inc.’s 10th Annual Fall Absolute Auction kicked off with Reginald Lussier, auctioneer, holding the reins.
Yoder and Frey Auctioneers Inc.’s 10th Annual Fall Absolute Auction kicked off with Reginald Lussier, auctioneer, holding the reins.
Yoder and Frey Auctioneers Inc.’s 10th Annual Fall Absolute Auction kicked off with Reginald Lussier, auctioneer, holding the reins. This group of wheel loaders was included among the equipment for sale from area contractors and local dealers. The crowd gathered close to keep warm as the public auction continued and construction equipment, trucks and trailers were sold to a lucky bidder. These gentlemen from Fuzzy Brothers visited the auction, for the chance to be the highest bidder. (L-R): Dan Northcott, Walpole, N.H.; Caleb French, Alstead, N.H.; and Ben Northcott Walpole, N.H. Dave Willson (L), Jaw Sales, Hollis, N.H., and Charlie Emerson, CME Excavation, Salisbury, Mass., look over a 2001 Bobcat 863 skid steer loader. Jeff Remillard, self-employed, Weare, N.H., stops for a moment to rest his feet alongside his six-and-a-half-year-old son, Ryan. Almost 250 lots were for sale at the auction including the 1978 Mack RD685S tandem axle rollback truck that caught the attention of Jim Wvellenweber (L), Streamline Maintenance, Bow, N.H., and Jim Viall, Eustis Cable, Chichester, N.H. There were dozens of father and son duos in attendance at the sale including Ken (L) and Mike Buco, A. Buco and Son Contractors, Methuen, Mass. When Bryan Begin, Bryan Begin Prosite, Strafford, N.H., was a kid, his father took him out of school for a day to bring him along to an auction. Carrying on the tradition, he brought his 11-year-old son, Maxim, with him to the Yoder & Frey auction. Steve Latulippe (L), self-employed, Bridgewater, N.H., and Brian Forst, Brian Forst Transport, Gilmanton, N.H., stopped for a quick photo-op on this chilly November day.

Yoder & Frey Auctioneers Inc. held its 10th annual Fall Absolute Auction in Bow, N.H., on Nov. 17.

Nearly 250 lots of construction equipment, trucks and trailers from area contractors and dealers went across the block for view by bidders both on site and online. Also included in the sale were attachments, buckets and a variety of tools.