Roger is an alumnus of Culver Military Academy, Cincinnati Country Day School, Walnut Hills High School, the University of Cincinnati, and Missouri Auction School. Colonel Loth is a member of the Auction Marketing Institutes's famed CAI-"Certified Auctioneer's Institute"-a highly coveted and respected professional designation held by only a small portion of auctioneers throughout the entire world!
"The auction industry with its promotion and advertising make me feel like I'm 19 again!" he says, and his various awards from the Ohio Auctioneer's Association and National Auctioneer's Associations for advertising achievement are a worthy tribute to his success in print as well as his creative auction - marketing adaptation to radio and television promotion.
As a former Indian Hill resident, and previous owner of Laurel Court, undoubtedly Cincinnati's most palatial estate, Mr. Loth shares the knowledge and concern of major landowners, and specializes in the marketing of "trophy homes" of this caliber.
Mr. Loth auctions both real estate and personal property, with expertise that spans a wide variety of product areas: electrical contractor's liquidations, government DEA and FBI dispersals, automobiles, boats, jewelry, fine antiques, collectibles, etc...
In addition to this full schedule, Mr. Loth also contributes his services to charitable organizations: National Diabetes Association, Leukemia Foundation, Salvation Army, AmFar, CASA, Clermont Mercy Hospital, and the Ohio Dept. of Mental health are but a few.
A past fundraiser for St. Jude's Children's Hospital raised over $40,000, and the annual McAuley High School "McAuction" has exceeded a MILLION dollars in proceeds with his auction guidance and bid-calling skills!
Mr. Loth is an active Scottish Rite Master Mason, and is a past officer with the Ohio Order of the Eastern Star. His fondest hobby is boating, and is a member of the United States Power Squadron. Colonel Loth is a bagpiper with the Police Pipe and Drum Corps of Florida, and recently formed a smaller Celtic band in Fort Lauderdale called "The Celtic Dreams".
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