Registered Wisconsin Auctioneer #172
Registered Illinois Auctioneer #441.000224
1997 Champion, Wisconsin State Fair Bid Calling Contest
2002 Reserve Champion, Wisconsin State Auctioneer Contest
2002 Reserve Champion, Illinois State Bid Calling Contest
2005 2nd Reserve Champion, Wisconsin State Auctioneer Contest
2007 Hall of Fame, Wisconsin Auctioneer’s Association
Larry has served as as president and chairman of the board of the Wisconsin Auctioneers Association board of directors and currently serves on several WAA planning committees.
At the Wisconsin Auctioneer’s Association 2006-’07 Winter Conference held at The Kalahari Resort in Wisconsin Dells, WI, Larry was inducted into the WAA Hall of Fame. Larry offers outstanding advice on the entire selling/buying auction experience in the tri-state area.
Larry is a licensed auctioneer in Wisconsin and Illinois while also oerating his family’s farm since 1977. He lives on the family farm with his wife Pam. They have 3 grown children, 2 daughters and a son, plus 7 grandchildren.
Registered Wisconsin Auctioneer #171
Registered Illinois Auctioneer #441.000226
1998 Champion, Wisconsin State Fair Bid Calling Contest
2005 State Champion, Wisconsin State Auctioneer Contest
2006 Competed in International Auctioneer Contest at the National Auctioneer Association Convention in Orlando Florida
2014-’15 Inducted into Hall of Fame, Wisconsin Auctioneers Association, Wisconsin Auctioneer’s Winter Conference, Radisson Paper Valley, Appleton, WI
Randy graduated from UW-Platteville College of Agriculture in 1974. He worked for Ralston Purina Company as a territory manager from 1974-1978. He then returned home to the family farm to work with his dad and brother. In 1984,Randy graduated from World Wide College of Auctioneering and joined his father-in-law, Don Teasdale, in the auction business, while still continuing to farm with his family.
Randy has held several offices within the WAA from director, to president, to chairman of the board of directors. In 2015, he served as one of the judges for the WAA Championship contest at the Wisconsin State Fair in Milwaukee. Randy is a licensed auctioneer in Wisconsin and Illinois and serves the entire tri-state area. He also calls weekly hay auctions at Equity Co-op.
Any type of auction—machinery,livestock, estate, antique, household, commercial, firearms, charity and benefit—he will assist and provide his professional services. “I am committed to bringing you the top dollar and providing you, the seller, the best auction possible. Don’t hesitate to call or speak with me about your auction needs.”
Randy lives on the family farm with his wife, Julie. They have 4 grown children, Brett, Brad, Brooke and Brittany, plus 14 grandchildren. Randy enjoys spending time with family, hunting, traveling and collecting John Deere items.
2013-’14 Inducted into Auxiliary Hall of Fame, Wisconsin Auctioneer’s Association, Wisconsin Auctioneer’s Winter Conference, Radisson Paper Valley, Appleton, WI.
Pam Teasdale was inducted into the WAA Auxiliary Hall of Fame. In addition to managing the farm office, the real estate office and the auctioneering business office operations, Pam helps with many of the daily farming chores. She enjoys visits and going to family events with her 7 grandchildren.
Pam also serves several community groups keeping herself involved and committed to the community. She enjoys spending time with husband Larry, as well as gardening, caring for animals, reading, decorating their family home. Pam offers you dependable guidance, assistance and service you can rely on!
Julie graduated from Methodist Hospital School of Nursing in Madison Wi. In 1972. She worked in Madison til 1974 when she married Randy and relocated. She then worked at Memorial Hospital of Lafayette County in Darlington til 2001. In 2001, Julie started working at St. Mary’s Hospital in Madison as an RN in the operating room. Her true love was cardiac surgery and this past year was the Charge RN for the Cardiovascular Surgery Dept.
Since 1984 she has helped cashier auctions with her dad, Don Teasdale and Randy, and has continued to cashier and clerk for Teasdale-Gill Auction Co. in addition to her nursing career. Julie just retired from nursing in Aug. 2016 and plans to enjoy the auction business more. With the growing use of technology, the trends are changing. We will try to deliver the best to you for your auction.Julie is looking forward to spending more time with family and becoming more active in community events and groups. Julie enjoys gardening, reading and traveling.