United Auctioneers & Appraisers Holds Sale for Kares

Sat October 16, 2010 - Midwest Edition
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(L-R): Larry Cameron Jr. and Larry Sr. of Ann Arbor-Jackson Concrete Forming join Larry Clark of LJC Excavating & Concrete to make a trio of Larrys.
(L-R): Larry Cameron Jr. and Larry Sr. of Ann Arbor-Jackson Concrete Forming join Larry Clark of LJC Excavating & Concrete to make a trio of Larrys.
(L-R): Larry Cameron Jr. and Larry Sr. of Ann Arbor-Jackson Concrete Forming join Larry Clark of LJC Excavating & Concrete to make a trio of Larrys. Bob Washabaugh of Northern Concrete Pipe considers a bid on this Landoll trailer. Kevin Cozik of Vision Collision Centers hopes to take home this Cat 226 skid steer loader. United Auctioneers & Appraisers’ Lawrence “Kip” Williams makes sure everything runs smoothly at the auction. Tim Baker of Baker Construction Company takes a look under the hood of this JLG Gradall telescopic forklift. (L-R): The crew from Kares Construction — Jeff Kerns, Ken Rajala, Jerry Whiting and Jeff Litchfield — were on hand to say goodbye to well wishers. (L-R): Dave Goschka of Bierlein Demolition catches up with Joe Edwards of Michigan CAT and Darwin Hosking of Irish Construction.

United Auctioneers & Appraisers LLC held an auction for Kares Construction Inc. in Charlotte, Mich., on Sept. 30.

Kares Construction Inc. had served the construction and commercial building market throughout Michigan since 1985. The company called on United Auctioneers & Appraisers to conduct a complete dispersal of its equipment and other assets. Some of the featured equipment up for bid included a 2003 Bobcat 751, a John Deere 5575, a 2003 Cat 236, a 2003 JLG/Gradall G642A telehandler, and 2003 Sullair 185CFM air compressors. The auction drew a large crowd of enthusiastic bidders.




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