Curtis grew up in the area and was a 2001 graduate of Monroe Central. After high school, he attended Indiana University in Bloomington and received a Bachelors of Science Degree in Kinesiology with a Sport Marketing emphasis and a Minor in Business in 2006. With this knowledge, he was able to enjoy working for the Louisville Bats, Triple-A team for the Cincinnati Reds, for seven seasons. During the last years with the team, Curtis decided to gain his Real Estate License and practiced part-time in the Southern Indiana area with Keller Williams Realty.
An opportunity presented itself with Wagner Auctioneering and Real Estate in early 2013 that would allow Curtis to relocate his family back into the area and practice Real Estate full-time. He jumped at the chance and has since experienced great results.
He and his wife have three young children and enjoy spending time together outdoors, in church activities, reading, and time with grandparents.
“Helping people buy or sell their home is not only what I do as a career, this is what I do for fun! I enjoy researching the market, working out all the details, and getting to the closing table. I look forward to working with you so let’s get started today!”
Jerry retired from teaching in 2014 after 28 years. With experience in the rental business since 1990 and also building a home for his family with the help of his dad in 2003, he thought that real estate might be a good post retirement opportunity. Jerry received his Associate Broker license in July of 2014. Jerry is married to the love of his life, Marcia, and together they have five children and twelve grandchildren. They live in the beautiful downtown area of Historic Farmland, IN.
Jerrett grew up in Randolph County and was a 2012 graduate of Monroe Central. After high school he attended Purdue University where he received a degree in Agricultural Economics and a minor in Crop Science. Jerrett enjoys helping on the family farm and loves to auctioneer. Jerrett gained his interest of the auction and real estate business from his grandpa, Tom Flesher of Albany, IN, who was very involved in the industry. Jerrett attended Missouri Auction School and recieved his auctioneer's license in July of 2016. After that Jerrett later recieved his Real Estate Broker's License in the fall of 2016.
"I look forward to helping people through either the buying and selling of their home. I will provide the most professional and trustworthy service to my clients, along with making these very important transactions go smoothly for you."
Terri was born and raised in Carmel, Indiana and graduated from Carmel High School. She has thirty years experience as a bookkeeping professional with a background in office management, insurance, and customer service. It has been her lifelong dream to be a Real Estate Broker and she is excited to be a part of the Wagner team. With her customer service and business knowledge it is her goal to provide her clients with a wonderful and successful buying and/or selling experience.
Terri currently resides in Parker City with her family and displays her passion for horses by participating in barrel racing and rodeos
Todd Merickel was the Market Manager for Citadel /Cumulus Broadcasting’s WMDH AM/FM in Muncie/New Castle Indiana for five years and was responsible for the creation of the highly successful “Morning Brew” with Shane, Michelle and Sluby. Prior to managing WMDH, he was the Market Manager for Rutter Media of Muncie producing and selling cable television advertising, Account Executive with Clear Channel of Indianapolis (WFBQ – Q95), Special Events Director in Sarasota, Florida within the radio industry along with publishing a golf magazine and working part time in minor league baseball as the Sarasota Red Sox announcer. Merickel started in radio as the Sports Producer for WLBC/Ball State University’s Football and Basketball broadcasts and was the Public Address Announcer for the Indy Eleven in their inaugural year in 2014.
Merickel graduated from Muncie Northside High School and Ball State University and is currently the Telecommunications Representative to the Ball State University Alumni Association Alumni Council. Merickel is a licensed College, High School and Amateur Soccer Referee along with being a licensed United States Power Soccer (Wheelchair) Association Referee.He currently is on the Board of Directors for the Muncie Boys and Girls Club, Muncie Rotary Club member, Secret Families Christmas Charity and is a national member of the Brewery Collectibles Club of America. Past affiliations include BNI Cardinal Success Chapter President, Indiana Broadcasters Association Board of Directors and Muncie Star Soccer Board of Directors.
Merickel graduated from the Real Estate Certification Program in 2012, RECP Brokers Transition class in 2013 and has over 20 years of advertising, marketing and networking experience accumulated in the East Central Indiana area. He also graduated from the Shaffer Leadership Academy and the Muncie/Delaware County Chamber of Commerce Leadership Academy.He is thrilled to have joined Wagner Real Estate as they make the transition to opening a Muncie office and can be contacted at 765-748-9400 or email@example.com.
Sarah Pugh began her auction career in 2009 after graduation from Reppert School of Auctioneering. She worked at Christy’s of Indiana for 3 years learning the in’s and out’s of the auction business. She also worked for Indy Auction Solutions, a traveling auction IT Company, that provided help with all aspects of the auction industry to their up and coming clients. In 2012 she left Christy’s to pursue a furthering career with Wagner Auctioneering and Real Estate. She has specific skills and interests in online auctions, media and technology. Her passion for photography gives her an eye for detail and allows her to be very effective in auction preparation and presentation.
Ed Shirey began auctioneering in 2008 with Wagner Auctioneering. Ever since he joined the team he has been a phenomenal asset to the company. Ed has a great talent when it comes to interacting with the public. His progression over the years into the auctioneer that he is today has been enjoyable to watch. Ed is also beginning the classes to obtain his real estate sales license in January of 2011
Jill was born and raised in Muncie, Indiana. She is a graduate of Muncie Central High School and received her Bachelor of Marketing Degree from Ball State University. After college, Jill started her sales career in the Business to Business sector, where she gained 12 years of client relationships and an expansive knowledge of the East Central Indiana area. In 2015 an opportunity presented itself to come aboard the team at Wagner Auctioneering and Real Estate and she began her journey to obtaining her Real Estate License. She is a full time Realtor and enjoys having interactions with buyers and sellers alike! Her go-getter attitude has made her a quick success in the industry. Along with assisting buyers and sellers, she has also added residential property managment as another avenue to help her customers. Whether you are a looking to buy, sell, or rent a property, Jill can help you!
Jill currently lives in Farmland with her husband and their three dogs. She enjoys spending time with friends and family, has a passion for cooking, and volunteers at the American Legion regularly.
Andy began auctioneering in 2002 after his completion of college. Even though he has only been an active auctioneer since 2002, that does not tell the whole story of his experience. Once Andy was old enough to walk from the auctioneer to the clerk table (without stopping to get something to eat), he was a clerk sheet runner. Over the years he began working in all capacities of the auction from clerking to cashiering, and from ringman to merchandise sorter. Once Andy started auctioneering in 2002, he began conducting sales of all types.
In 2003 Andy decided to go to get his real estate sales license. Once he completed the courses and testing, he hung his license with Reed Realty in Farmland, IN. Over the years, he has sold all types of real property through the office including residential, commercial, and bare land. A great opportunity arose in the summer of 2010 for Andy to purchase the business from Pam Edwards. He realized that this was his chance to work in the real estate and auction industry on a full time basis, so he jumped at the chance. He has some aggressive ideas for marketing and sales that he is looking forward to implementing. Even though the name has changed, you can still count on the same professional service from an established company. Outside of the office, Andy enjoys spending time with his wife, Abby, and three children, Max, Cora and Ada He also enjoys pulling draft horses with his father.