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Bart Darfler

Bart feels blessed to have found a vocation that he truly loves. His passion and enthusiasm for contributing significant value to an organization’s fund raising effort is the cornerstone of DBAC’s success.  
Bryan Kinsley

​Bryan has worked in the auction industry since 1999 and has worked thousands of auctions of all kinds during his auction career.

Bryan works as an auctioneer as well as a ringman. He has tremendous enthusiasm and energy that brings fun and excitement to any auction.

He truly enjoys working the gala/benefit/fundraiser sales for various charitable organizations. He has worked hundreds of these auctions for organizations ranging from the local school to worldwide charitable operations with multiple locations. The success of the auction represents all of the fantastic work the organization can continue to do for their cause.

He is a proud member of the National Auctioneers Association as well as the Florida Auctioneers Association.
But, first and foremost DBAC’s ongoing success is because Bart’s dad, Gene Darfler, was such a terrific role model and mentor to him. Gene was one of the very first benefit auctioneers in North America, coordinating and conducting the Open Door Fund Raising and Sandwich Fair Livestock auctions back in the 70’s. Gene encouraged Bart to attend auctioneer’s college, and in 1990, Bart completed the Mason City College of Auctioneering curriculum.  
Gene Darfler (Pictured Above)
Tim Hurt

Tim Hurt is a very welcome addition to the DBAC Family of Auctioneers. This Marine is both entertaining and engaging, and a dynamic professional who will bring a new level of excitement to your fund raiser. Hailing from Chicago, Tim graduated from the Worldwide College of Auctioneering. Tim has experience working fundraising events of all types and sizes. And he will exceed your expectations.