Josh Bellamy is a southern Kansas and northern Oklahoma native, growing up in the small rural community of Freeport, KS, actively involved in farming and 4-H at an early age. Josh believes that the friends and family of the Freeport community gave him a firm foundation in which he has built his career. Attending high school just across the border in Wakita, Oklahoma, Josh continued to be active in FFA, participating in livestock shows, judging, speech contests, and in leadership training. Josh obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in communication from Northwestern Oklahoma State University in the Spring of 2007, specializing in marketing and advertising. While attending college he continued to work actively in farming, primarily raising alfalfa and wheat in the Burlington area. During this time Josh continued his education and completed the Masters Degree program at Northwestern. Following his completion of the Masters Degree program at Northwestern, Josh acquired both a real estate and crop insurance license and immediately began working with area Ag producers to protect their investments with risk management products. During this same time, he attended Missouri Auction School and began working and conducting real estate and personal property auctions throughout northern Oklahoma and southern Kansas. In the Spring of 2010 Josh was recognized by the Oklahoma State Auctioneers Association as the Oklahoma Champion Rookie Auctioneer, and since has been a two time auctioneer championship finalist, the 2011 Oklahoma First Runner-Up Auctioneer, and the 2013 Oklahoma State Champion Auctioneer. Since obtaining his real estate license, Bellamy has sold millions in equipment and machinery, as well as residential, farmland, and commercial real estate, in not only live auctions, but also in private treaty negotiations.
Sarah Bellamy is Chief Operating Officer and Co-Owner of Bellamy & Co. Sarah and her husband, Josh, founded the company in 2012. A native to Alfalfa County, she grew up on the outskirts of nearby Burlington, Oklahoma, where she attended high school and graduated in 2007. While in high school, Sarahwas active in FFA and enjoyed working on her familyâ��s farm. After high school, she attended Northwestern Oklahoma State University and obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in agriculture education in 2011. After completing her education, Sarah returned home to Burlington where the family now resides, to raise her family. It was around this time she began working with her husband at Bellamy & Co. Sarah obtained her real estate license in 2014 and plays a key role in the management and marketing of Bellamy & Co., as well as auctions. Her hobbies include caring for her three young boys: Owen, Benjamin and Grayson, spending time with family, gardening, cooking, taking care of her cows and collecting antiques. She also attends the Cherokee First Baptist Church where she is an active member.
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Daylon Caruthers grew up in Cherokee, Oklahoma. He graduated from Cherokee High School in 1992. Daylon began working with Bellamy & Co. in November 2015 as an auctioneer representative for Western Oklahoma. He was previously employed by SandRidge Energy as a construction consultant. Daylonâ��s experience with heavy equipment, machinery and trucks has been an asset to Bellamy & Co.â��s auction listings. Daylon says he loves the personalities he comes across while working with the auction clientele, as well as the problem solving skills he has learned to exercise. Daylon is also studying for his real estate license. He currently lives in Enid, Oklahoma, with his wife, Jessica, and their three daughters: Taryn, Delaney and Riley. During his time away from auctions, Daylon enjoys running his motorcycle shop, AlleyCat Bike Works, also located in Enid.
Lacey Newlin is a Northwest Oklahoma gal. She grew up near Burlington, Oklahoma, on a cattle and alfalfa hay operation. While attending Burlington High School, she was active in basketball and FFA. Lacey showed lambs and horses, participated in livestock judging contests, speech contest and parliamentary procedure contests. After high school, Lacey attended Oklahoma State University where she double majored in Animal Science and Agriculture Communications. While at OSU, Lacey was co-editor of the Cowboy Journal, and an Ag Ambassador. After receiving her bachelorâ��s degree in 2013, she began working for High Plains Journal in Dodge City, Kansas, as a page designer and a staff writer. Through the High Plains Journal publication, Lacey became a member of the American Ag Editorâ��s Association where she has been recognized in the prestigious Master Writers and Master Photographers Award Programs. Now back in her beloved state of Oklahoma, Lacey has been the marketing director for Bellamy and Co. since September 2016. She now resides in Cherokee, Oklahoma. Her hobbies include writing, antique shopping, baking, horseback riding, playing with her two dogs and taking pictures.