During its recent Fall Owners’ Meeting, ServNet auction owners made several adjustments to its leadership team, including electing Eric Autenrieth to the group’s Board of Directors. Autenrieth, who is the co-owner and general manager of Indiana Auto Auction, succeeds Brad Sturgeon (DAA of the Rockies, DAA of the Southwest), who concluded his term in the Director’s post. Autenrieth also serves as ServNet’s representative to the IARA (International Automotive Remarketers Alliance) Board of Directors. 

In addition, Ben Brasher of Brasher’s Sacramento Auto Auction, formerly serving on the group’s Board of Directors, was elected to the office of Treasurer.  Kevin Brown, owner of Missouri Auto Auction, who had previously handled duties as both Treasurer and Vice President, continues on as Vice President and will succeed Patty Stanley as President after her current term as President ends in the Fall of 2015. 

Other board positions remaining in place are Chairman of the Board: R. Charles Nichols, (BSC America / Bel Air and Tallahassee Auto Auctions); Director: Bill Williams, Jr. (Flint Auto Auction); and Director: Dave Angelicchio (Pittsburgh Auto Auction, Winchester Auto Auction).

Offered ServNet’s CEO Pierre Pons, “ServNet’s auction owners are extremely active in all aspects of the organization, serving as Directors and Officers to support the group’s position on all manner of Industry initiatives. In addition to operating very successful businesses, they contribute a tremendous amount of their time and energy to ensure that ServNet and its individual member auctions are well positioned in the remarketing industry.”