Two auctions within the ServNet family have recently made leadership announcements, as Pittsburgh Auto Auction appointed a chief financial officer and Plaza Auto Auction of Iowa named a sales manager.
Starting with Pittsburgh, the auction’s chief executive officer Dave Angelicchio announced that Shelley (Angelicchio) Walker has taken on the CFO role, replacing Bob Bilinsk.
Bilinsk retired after more than 31 years with the auction.
“I am very happy that Shelly has decided to join the family business,” said Angelicchio. “We are extremely fortunate to have someone with her knowledge and experience to fill this vital role in our company.
“I also want to congratulate Bob on his retirement and thank him for his many years of dedicated service to Pittsburgh Auto Auction,” he added.
Over at Plaza Auto Auction, owner Mark Greb announced that Becky McGinty has been appointed sales manager. She has been with the auction since 1982 and joined the sales department in 2008.
Her first role at the auction was working at the dealer registration desk. Since then, she has served as a title clerk, worked in fleet/lease administration and served in the sales department.
“It is with great pleasure that we announce Beck McGinty's promotion to Sales Manager,” said Greb. “She has unofficially headed our sales department for a long time, and we are glad to make the title official.
“Her dedication to our business, her concern for our customers and her attention to detail make her the go-to person for buyers and sellers here at the auction, as well as for members of our auction staff who rely on her insight and expertise,” he continued.
“In her 30-plus years with Plaza Auto Auction of Iowa, Becky has not only become thoroughly familiar with the auction business, but has gained the respect and trust of our customers and our employees. We appreciate her contributions and count ourselves fortunate to have someone of her caliber working with us.”