Every so often we need to reflect on our past accomplishments and those around us who helped make it happen. As I reminisced this week, I wondered if I ever could have made It without Stampler Auctions.
I was reminded of the giant wholesale auction of junk vehicles we recovered from the Solar Financial bankruptcy. Stampler stepped in, took charge and in a matter of days liquidated hundreds of vehicles well above what even the previous owned had expected to
And then there was Linen Supermarkets. Your assistance partitioning the stores for sale was invaluable. Your support in pricing the auction allowed us to make a significant distribution to creditors that would not have been an option.absent your help.
And what about all the individual auctions of debtor vehicles every week that we took for granted? It was great when the US Trustee told us not to use your services, and then we got criticized for not getting enough value when we tried individually to conduct auto sales. It simply did not work. And all the appraisals for next to nothing made my job so much easier.
I could go on and on for at least 500 if not a 1000 cases, you helped on of the 15,000 that I handled over the past 20 years. Each and everyone, no matter for a $200 piece of costume jewelry, or the liquidation of a multi million dollar business, was all handled the same, with the precision of a surgeon,
And lastly I am reminded of your Dad, When you stepped in after his untimely death, everyone questioned if you would be able to fill his shoes. Well, after a twenty year run, the proof is in the pudding, and you have done admirably well. Keep up the good work and never loose sight of your customer and the service you provide to the process.
John P Barbee
US Bankruptcy Trustee