Independent auction network ServNet revealed Tuesday a new member on its board of directors.
Tapped for the position is the owner and general manager of Pittsburgh Independent Auto Auction: Dave Angelicchio.
He has been elected to serve a two-year term on the board that is headed by chairman Jeff Brasher (Brasher's Reno Auto Auction); president Charles Nichols (BSC America); vice president Patty Stanley (Carolina and Indiana Auto Auctions) and treasurer Kevin Brown (Missouri Auto Auction). Also serving as directors are Doug Doll (Kansas City Independent Auto Auction) and Brad Sturgeon (DAA of the Rockies, DAA of the Southwest).
Commenting on the news, Nichols said, "I am very pleased to announce Dave Angelicchio's election to ServNet's board, and to work alongside someone of his expertise and dedication to the industry.
"It is an honor for me to work with Dave and the other members of ServNet's board who exhibit such strong leadership and devote so much time and energy to serving this organization,” he added.
Highlighting the new board member’s career in the industry, the organization noted that Angelicchio is a past president of the National Auto Auction Association.
He is also currently a member of the NAAA Executive Committee, and serves as treasurer of both the NAAA and the NAAA Political Action Committee.
"Our auction has derived tremendous benefit from its association with ServNet," said Angelicchio. "Partnering with the owners of the leading independent auctions in the country is an invaluable asset, which assists me in building strong and continuing relationships within the industry. I am very proud to serve on the board of director of this elite group of auctions.
"To me ServNet auctions offer the best of both worlds, combining the strength of independent ownership with the benefits of sharing best practices and other synergies that come from being part of a large group."