John Beechy

Subjects Taught:

Contract Auctioneering, Ringwork, Bid Calling, Auto Auctions

As one of the most recognized auctioneer voices of the Midwest, growing up in Northern Indiana sale barns among the Amish culture, John was inspired to become an auctioneer. John Beechy began his auction career in 2009, after graduating and becoming a licensed Auctioneer from Reppert Auction School located in Auburn, Indiana.

As a resident of Nappanee, Indiana, John travels to sell whole-sale automobiles, special classic and collector cars, memorabilia antiques, equipment, and livestock. John conducts over 250 auctions per year, specializing in contract auctioneering.

John has effectively surrounded himself among other successful auctioneers, and leaders, John has earned several titles, such as: 2013 Indiana Auctioneer Championship 2014 Michigan Ringman Championship 2016 Michigan Auctioneer Championship

Among other achievements, John has served on the Indiana Auctioneer Association Board of Directors from 2013-2016. Additionally, he has achieved the highest designation an auctioneer can receive in 2019 from the Certified Auctioneers Institute, and Contract Auctioneer Specialist provided by the National Auctioneers Association.

Being a member of Indiana, Michigan, and National Auctioneer Association, allows John to be continually up-to-date on auction industry changes. John serves annually as an auctioneer for many charity events, such as Opportunity Enterprise, Crohns Disease Foundation, and Connection for Abusive Women and Children Foundation.

Since 2015, John is a quarterly teacher at the Reppert Auction School. This gives him the opportunity to give back to the auction profession that originally inspired him. Among auctioneering, John enjoys the lake, golf, and time with family and friends.