We receive many thank you cards-mails, and letters of appreciation from auctioneers. Your involvement in the Fellowship of Christian Auctioneers International (FCAI) has given families the support they needed.
In Luke 10 vs 30, Jesus tells the parable of the Good Samaritan. This reminds me of all the auctioneers who help those in need. Not only did the Good Samaritan take care of the wounded man, but Jesus states in vs 35 that He told the innkeeper, “Take care of him; and whatsoever thou spend more, when I come again, I will repay thee.” We received this thank you note from Doug Bradford’s Dad:
I want to thank you for the package of items of Christian encouragement and your prayers for my healing. I am humbled by your thoughtfulness. Healing is occurring and I know this is all in accordance with his provision. I enjoyed some of the coffee Doug shared with me this morning.
Thank you, Jim Braford
Our friend Lyle Bond went to be with the Lord December 21, 2021.
He graduated from high school in 1955 and enlisted in the US Navy in June 1955. He toured the world on the USS Northampton. He told of his adventures of travel with love and fondness especially Italy over the years. After 4 years of active duty in the Navy which were very near and dear to his heart and 4 years of reserve duty he was honorably discharged on June 4, 1963.
He married Denise Harris on February 2, 1963, and to this union Bret Andrew and Sara Ann were born. The family moved to Colorado, Arkansas, Iowa, Nebraska and finally to Texas where he and Denise retired in Round Rock.
Lyle returned to Iowa in the early 1960’s and began his career as a radio personality at KAYL in Storm Lake, IA. He moved to Sioux City, IA and became a TV Weatherman. Lyle was selected by UPI as one of Iowa’s top 6 newscasters in 1964. He also enjoyed other careers in the Executive Recruiting and Real Estate industry but his love for the auction industry won out as his last career with daughter Sara by his side. Together with Denise, they built TNT Auction & Appraisals. Lyle was named Senior Champion Auctioneer for the State of Texas in 1990.
Lyle is survived by his wife Denise of Round Rock, TX, son Bret of Austin, TX, daughter Sara of Hutto, TX. Please keep Lyle’s family in your prayers.
Our friend R.J. Smith, went to be with the Lord 2 years ago, I wanted to share his poem:
Carson Kaddatz & his fiancée Michaela attended the 2021 Stagg Bowl NCAA in Canton, Ohio on December 17, 2021.
The University of Mary Hardin Baylor (UMHB) varsity team played North Central. UMHB won the National Championship. Carson has played on the Jr. Varsity at UMHB for 3 years. The team was recognized on 2-8-22 at UMHB at Belton, Tx. Pictured are the new head Coach for UMHB on the left Larry Harmon, Carson, myself, & recently retired head coach Pete Fredenburg.
Please designate Live Action as your Charity when you order from Amazon Live. Live Action is Pro-life group that is doing excellent work in saving babies.
We have visited with founder Lila Rose several times in Washington D.C. She did uncover work to find atrocities at Planned Parenthood.
Jim Bradford, Carrollton, TX – Doug Bradford’s Dad
Allen Huegatter’s Mom, Bowie, TX
David Ashley Harbour, Dallas, TX
Brenda Kaddatz, Hillsboro, TX
Pat Storey, Early, TX
Sandy Dunning, Plano, TX
Bob Mitchell, Terrell, TX
Kyle Mitchell, Terrell, TX
Patti Franklin, Tomball, TX – Jacquelyn Lemons-Shillingburg & Lori Lemons-Campbell’s Mom
Louise Long, Brady, TX – Pat & Mike Long’s Mother
Renee Jones, Gainesville, TX
Lou Ann Young, Olton, TX
Doug Elich, Prosper, TX
Charlene Sample, San Marcos, TX
America’s Auction Academy raised funds for FCAI at their last auction school.
A special thank you to Mike Jones and Lori Jones and the student’s instructions. The next school will be June 3-10, 2022.
Go To Auctions provides the FCAI website.
Soldiers Prayer List
Louis D. Tarver Sergeant
People Passed or Lost Loved Ones That Have Gone to be with the Lord
Lyle Bond, Round Rock, TX
I recently had to deal with a complaint at TDLR. The complaint was resolved. Todd Kercheval assisted me. If you need assistance with a matter at TDLR, you can contact Todd or I.
Please renew your FCAI membership if you have not.
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Let us know if you have any deployed troops. We send packages to them.
“But thanks be to God, which giveth us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.” – 1 Corinthians 15:57
“Be strong and courageous, do not be terrified, do not be discouraged, for the Lord your God will be with you wherever you go.” – Joshua 1:19
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May God Bless You,