The owners of the 32 ServNet Auctions traveled to Chicago in early October for a three-day event thatincluded the Fall Owners' Meeting and Meet the Owners luncheon with Chicago-area commercial accounts.
Day one encompassed the Owners' Business Meeting during which the members confirmed a planned transition in leadership, with Patty Stanley taking the helm as ServNet's president for the next two years. Stanley is co-owner of two ServNet auction facilities: Carolina Auto Auction and Indiana Auto Auction. She had most recently served as the group's vice president, and has also served as both director and treasurer.
R. Charles Nichols, owner of Bel Air Auto Auction and Tallahassee Auto Auction, assumes responsibilities as the group's Chairman of the Board having completing a two year term as President. Further Kevin Brown, owner of Missouri Auto Auction retained his duties as Treasurer while adding Vice President to his officer rolls.
On the Board of Directors side, Doug Doll (KCI Auto Auction) completed his term as Director and two new Directors were elected to the Board: David Blake (Auto Auction of New England) and Ben Brasher (Brasher's West Coast Auto Auctions).
ServNet's executive staff joined the ServNet auction owners in thanking Jeff Brasher (Brasher's Reno Auto Auction) for his many years of service on ServNet's board of directors. Since 2007 he has served as a Director, Vice President, President and, most recently, as Chairman of the Board.
NAAA Posted 10/22/2013