To advance the professional auction method of marketing.
To advance the professional auction method of marketing.
John was raised in Elkhart County, Indiana. He graduated from the Reppert Auction school and began his auction career in 2009. John also graduated from the Indiana Auctioneer Leadership Academy & Dale Carnegie course – “How to Influence People & Win Friends”. He was the 2013 Indiana Auctioneer Champion, and the Michigan Ringman champion in 2014.
John will assist the Halderman Real Estate auction team and offer real estate services for the sale of farmland and rural properties in the Elkhart, Marshall, St. Joseph and Kosciusko County areas. In addition to selling real estate, John is active in personal property and auto auctions. John is always working on leaving a positive impression in the auction business! We welcome him to our team!
Ben A. Rodway is a native to Jeffersonville, IN but has lived in Louisville for 25 years. He currently resides in Germantown and is a "hood snob", in his belief that his neighborhood is better than your neighborhood.
Ben has multiple degrees including a B.A., a M.A.T., and a M.S.I.S. He is one smart dude as well as one service oriented dude having been an U.S. Army Reservist since 2002. He currently serves as an Instructor in the Chemical Corps and even deployed once in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2005.
What Ben brings to your Real Estate transaction, is the ability to effectively listen to your wants and needs. He treats all of his clients as individuals and uses their first meeting to research those wants and needs, into an effective game plan. Ben has the ability to research, write, and communicate effectively which will help you in your process of the American Dream.
Maggie Beckmeyer, President of Auctions by Maggie and a Realtor with Star One Realtors, has over 25 years of auction industry experience. She specializes in appraisals, probate solutions, liquidations, and real estate and is a proud member of the Ohio Auctioneers Association. Maggie is a past board member and the first woman president of OAA. She is an active director of Ohio Realtors Association, a member of National Auctioneers Association and National Association of Realtors, MPPA appraiser and USPAP compliant. She is a member of the Kiwanis, Antique Club, Women’s Council of Realtors, the Cincinnati Art Museum and numerous collector groups. Maggie is licensed in Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky and South Carolina. Maggie resides in the Cincinnati area and loves spending time with her family that includes 18 grandkids.
Peter D. Gehres, CAI, Auctioneer, CES is a Columbus, Ohio based Auctioneer, Realtor and Appraiser with Real Estate Showcase Auction Company. He is also a professional speaker and auction educator who teaches at The Ohio Auction School. Peter is a graduate of The Ohio State University, The Ohio Auction School and Hondros College. He currently serves as Vice President of the Ohio Auctioneers Association (OAA) and Trustee of the National Auctioneers Association (NAA) Educational Institute. He has earned the Certified Auctioneers Institute (CAI) and Certified Estate Specialist (CES) Designations from the NAA. He is a member of the NAA, OAA, Pennsylvania, Indiana and Michigan Auctioneers Associations. Auctioneering Awards include 2014 Midwest Roundup Champion, 2012 Michigan Ringman Champion, 2011 Indiana Champion Auctioneer, and 2010 Michigan State Auctioneer Champion.
I fell in love with auctions at a very young age while going to Metzger auctions with my mom and dad. I found every aspect of the auction business interesting. At the age of thirty five, I decided to pursue my dream of becoming an auctioneer. I chose to go to St. Louis Missouri to the Missouri Auction School. I went back a short while later to get my appraisal license. I now work for Metzger Property Services. I would have never dreamt when I was a little girl watching the Metzger team in action, that I would one day be apart of the team. I have recently joined the IAA and have signed up for my first bid calling competition in June. I look forward to many years of being apart of the IAA, and being an auctioneer.
Steve Shupperd has worked at the same company, Shearer Printing in Kokomo, Indiana, since the week he graduated from high school—more than four decades ago. He's seen the printing industry change and has been at the forefront of that change, often hosting beta testing for new international technology. His company is the largest producer of mail at one of the largest postal hubs in Indiana, having mailed millions of pieces of mail. Steve knows auctions, too, both as someone who grew up going to auctions and as a licensed Indiana auctioneer and bid caller. Over the last 15 years, Steve and his staff have printed more award-winning pieces in the auction industry than any other print shop in the nation—literally hundreds on the state and national levels for some of the biggest names in both the Indiana Auctioneers Association and the National Auctioneers Association. On top of those awards, auction direct mail brochures that he has printed have won two international Torrespapel Certificates of Merit—coveted prizes in the printing industry. Giving his time to multiple charitable, community, and auctioneer organizations. Steve is also the winner of the Pat Massart Award for 2014 as well as a finalist for the Rose Award in 2015 at the Certified Auctioneers Institute.
Andy began auctioneering in 2002 after his completion of college. Even though he has only been an active auctioneer since 2002, that does not tell the whole story of his experience. Once Andy was old enough to walk from the auctioneer to the clerk table (without stopping to get something to eat), he was a clerk sheet runner. Over the years he began working in all capacities of the auction from clerking to cashiering, and from ringman to merchandise sorter. Once Andy started auctioneering in 2002, he began conducting sales of all types.
In 2003 Andy decided to go to get his real estate sales license. Once he completed the courses and testing, he hung his license with Reed Realty in Farmland, IN. Over the years, he has sold all types of real property through the office including residential, commercial, and bare land. A great opportunity arose in the summer of 2010 for Andy to purchase the business from Pam Edwards. He realized that this was his chance to work in the real estate and auction industry on a full time basis, so he jumped at the chance. He has some aggressive ideas for marketing and sales that he is looking forward to implementing. Even though the name has changed, you can still count on the same professional service from an established company. Outside of the office, Andy enjoys spending time with his wife, Abby, and two children, Max and Cora. He also enjoys pulling draft horses with his father.