Jeff Boston, a graduate of Reppert School of Auctioneering in Indiana, has been in business since 1977. He attributes the foundation of his success to his parents, Bob and Dee Boston.  Jeff has successfully conducted over 1,500 auctions. These auctions range from antiques to Agri Business, but his true passion lies in the three F’s, Farm Land, Farm Machinery, and Firearms.  Jeff additionally has worked at Auto Auctions in Illinois, Missouri, and Indiana for 40 years. Jeff is also a  farmer and  c0-owner of Boston Farms, which provides a close connection to the pulse of the farm community … hence his slogan is “A Farmer, Working For Farmers.”

Boston Auctions takes pride in the strength of a well organized and diversified family business.  Assisting Boston Auctions is Clay Boston, Jeff’s brother, who has been a licensed auctioneer since 1990 and is also a graduate of Reppert’s School of Auctioneering. Clay has been working for Jeff in various capacities since the business was created.  Clay’s area of expertise is in antique and modern Firearms, and he is also a licensed FFL dealer. Richard Sater, brother-in-law of Jeff, adds his auctioneering skills in addition to Clay. Richard has been licensed since 1982 and has also worked with Boston Auctions from the beginning. Jeff’s wife, Amy, handles the wireless computerized clerking and cashiering that Boston Auctions provides. Jeff and Amy’s two teenage children, Madison and Aidan, are being brought up  and learning the ropes to the family business.