His Interests


The Early Years

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The Later Years

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After high school graduation Ryan went to work at Gaston & Sheehn Auctioneers and attened auctioneering school. He began at the bottom and learned every aspect of the business. He could drive everything from a fork lift to a Porshe. He had so much ability and was so mechanical. He enjoyed working with the jewelery and became a self taught appraiser. We would marvel at his knowledge of Rolex watches and could almost always know how much money a piece would bring at auction. Ryan became known in this field and many valued his opinion on good gold and fine diamonds.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]