Ryan Clark, owner of Greater Rockford Auto Auction and Great Lakes Auto Auction, has been selected as president of ServNet during the auction group’s fall business meeting.

Clark will serve a two-year term.

“I am honored to serve as ServNet’s president and to collaborate with the finest group of auction owners in the country,” Clark said. “ServNet stands at the forefront of the industry, pairing the highest levels of customer service with the most efficient and progressive technology available.

“It is my pleasure to represent the ServNet auction owners as we build on our strengths and plan for the years ahead.”

Greater Rockford Auto Auction in Rockford, Ill., founded by Clark’s grandfather, will celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2024. In 2022, Clark and business partner Chad Anderson acquired Great Lakes Auto Auction in South Bend, Ind.

Also named at the meeting were new vice president/president elect Cody Boswell of Missouri Auto Auction, treasurer Clark Stallings of Greenville Auto Auction, and board chairman Chad Bailey, the outgoing president and owner of Akron and Value auto auctions. Additionally, these board of directors members were elected: David Aahl of North Bay Auto Auction, Collin McConkey of McConkey Auction Group and Brandon Thompson of Mid-State Auto Auction.

“ServNet’s auction owners continue to shape the industry with years of experience and personal dedication, and they give tirelessly of their time and resources on behalf of our organization,” Clark said in a news release. “As we move forward, we will continue to raise ServNet’s awareness in the industry, particularly among the dealer community.

“We will also work closely together to build and strengthen our auction teams, utilizing the deep ServNet network to develop them professionally. Our longstanding commitment to investing in our team is what truly leads ServNet auctions to provide the best customer experience in the industry.”

Ryan Clark