Donnie Stumpff Competes in 2015 Kansas Auctioneer Championship
On Jan 23rd, 2015 Donnie Stumpff traveled to Wichita Ks to compete in the 2015 Kansas Auctioneer Championship. Stumpff made the top 10 finalist for the State and will be returning in August to the Kansas State Fair to compete with the other finalist to capture the title of Kansas Auctioneer Champion.
Stumpff 2015 Arkansas State Champion Auctioneer
Parker Stumpff of Stumpff’s Realty & Auction Service INC, Cassville MO showcased his auctioneer talents Friday evening Feb 6th, 2015 at the Arkansas Auctioneer Championship Contest. The contest consist of a preliminary round with the top 5 finalist returning for an interivew portion and a selling portion that determines the winner. At the conclusion, Parker Stumpff was named the 2015 Arkansas State Auctioneer Champion. Parker has worked with his father Donnie Stumpff in the auction business most all his life. Donnie said “Parker began selling at the age of 6 yrs old when I put him up on the back of a trailer to sell TV trays.” His mother and I couldn’t be more proud he has made such a fine auctioneer. Donnie is the owner of Stumpff’s Realty & Auction Service, Inc conducting over 200 auctions per year, where now there will be 3 State Champion Auctioneers w/2 of the 3 multi state champions. Donnie Stumpff, MO & AR, Carlin Hooten Mo, AR & OK and Parker Stumpff with AR and sure to be more to follow for this young man. Parker is the son of Donnie and Teresa Stumpff of Cassville.
2014 Arkansas State Champion
Carlin Hooten, 2015 Arkansas State Champion Parker Stumpff and 2011 Arkansas State Champion Donnie Stumpff.
2016 US Bid Calling Championship
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DONNIE STUMPFF NAMED 2017 OKLAHOMA RESERVE CHAMPION AUCTIONEER
On Feb 24th & 25th, the State of OK held the Auctioneer State Championship in Oklahoma City OK at The Embassy Suites Hotel. Donnie Stumpff, owner of Stumpff’s Realty & Auction Service, INC from Cassville MO entered the competition. This was Stumpff’s 1st time entering in the State of OK. Stumpff who is 2010 Missouri State Champion and 2011 AR State Champion said this was one of the toughest competitions yet. The contest consisted of a panel of 5 judges. World Champion Livestock Auctioneer Ralph Wade, International Champion Auctioneer Jason Miller, International Women’s Champion Auctioneer Megan Niediens, Certified Estate Specialist & Auctioneer Instructor David Whitley, Kentucky State Champion and highly decorated auctioneer Steve Cherry. The preliminaries were held Fri evening where Stumpff said he felt very blessed to advance to the finals on Saturday night where the judges judged on Auctioneering ability in a live auction setting, clarity, rhythm, speed, voice control, chant, product knowledge & an interview where each contestant is ask 3 questions pertaining to the auction industry. At the end of the evening, Stumpff was named the 2017 Reserve Champion for the State of OK. Stumpff also advanced earlier in the year to the finals in the KS Auctioneer Championship which will be held at the Kansas State Fair in Sept.