About Us

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Adam Butler

Adam Butler of Harned completed 80 hours of schooling with the Kentucky Auction Academy in January of 2012. Recently, he finished his apprenticeship, and is now a Principal Auctioneer. Adam is the son of Keith and Barbara Butler of Harned.





Barbara Heck

Barbara Heck

Barbara Heck graduated from the Kentucky Auction Academy after completing a comprehensive 80 hour course.

She graduated from Meade High School in Meade County. She received her license as an auctioneer KY Board of Auctioneers.

Graduated Graduate, REALTOR® Institute (GRI).

Former Manger of Save A Lot Brandenburg KY.

Semonin Realtor, with Crutcher & Heck Group.

Member of Louisville Board of Realtors (GLAR) and Heart of KY, Elizabethtown (HKAR).

Was a Realtor Awards Designations Rookie of the Year 2006, ERES, EPRO, SFS, SRES, HUD CERTIFIED Top Producer.

Barbara is married to Greg Heck reside in Webster.







 Serving Ohio County and Surrounding Areas

Pat Gibson

Pat Gibson

Graduated from Clarkson High School in Grayson County

B.S. and M.A. Degrees from Western Kentucky University

Listed in Who’s Who among Outstanding Young Men of America.

Retired from the Green River District Health Department

Worked 7 years for the Ohio County Sheriff’s Department

Served on the Kenergy Board of Directors, Ohio County Board of Education, and Chamber of Commerce

Has been working with Butler Auctioneers for 10 years as Apprentice Auctioneer and sales associate

Areas of expertise – Antiques, Indian relics, coins, primitives and glassware

Jason Shipp

Jason Shipp

Jason Shipp is a native to Elizabethtown Kentucky. Upon graduating from Elizabethtown High School in 2005; he earned an Associate Degree in Applied Science. Jason has worked for his family business, Preferred Memorials, since 2006 where he has learned the value of hard work and how to care for people with compassion and respect. He graduated from the Kentucky Auction Academy where he received his license as an apprentice auctioneer through the Kentucky Board of Auctioneers.