Edgar Randy Jelliff
Owner | Lic NY/PA RE Broker | Master Auctioneer
In 1975, when Randy was just 16 years old, he attended Reppert School of Auctioneering in Decatur, IN and has been actively engaged in the auction profession ever since. Selling primarily Estates and Farm Machinery during the early years, he took a keen interest in selling Real Estate at Auction and embraced every opportunity to show how efficiently the Auction Method works for finding fair market buyers for Real Estate.
While the business grew every year, the Real Estate sales grew exponentially. Fast forward to 2011 when Randy & his wife and Business Partner, Kelly were introduced to United Country Real Estate; it was clearly evident that United Country, the largest integrated Real Estate/Auction franchise in the world, was a natural fit and perfect working partner. United Country offered Marketing tools and Networking on an international level that had been heretofore unavailable as an independent.
Randy & Kelly, high school sweethearts in 1975, have worked the business together since the very beginning and married in 1981. Their two children Dusty & Daisy, grew up working auctions and learning the business. Dusty became licensed as an auctioneer and real estate agent and works full time in the industry. Daisy, now married with a family of her own, is still engaged in the office responsibilities of the family operation.
Lic. PA/NY RE Salesperson | Master Auctioneer
Born into the auction business, Dusty has been involved since he was old enough to assist in the ring. Learning the chant and honing his communication skills while serving an apprenticeship under his father, he became a duly licensed auctioneer and is fully involved in the daily business operations. Developing an interest in real estate, he received his PA and NY Real Estate Sales license and is listing with United Country Realty Pioneers of Wellsboro, PA as well as selling real estate and all manner of personal property at auction.
Daisy Jelliff-Bennett is a highly driven real estate salesperson, enthusiastic about finding clients their dream homes and properties. Growing up in the auction and real estate business has brought an appreciation for the process and a better understanding of what clients need.
Daisy is a wife and a mother to two little boys. She and her family get out and enjoy our beautiful area through biking, hiking, and exploring state parks.
Daisy also enjoys volunteering as the President of the Board of Directors at HAVEN of Tioga County, planning fundraising events and educating the community about their services. In her free time she loves to read books and collect antiques.
Jennifer comes to the business with the unique perspective of owning and operating a dairy farm with her husband Jack, in Interlaken, NY, Seneca County, in the heart of the Finger Lakes Region of New York State. She farmed with her husband full time for 25 years and raised their two children, Jacob and Jessica, who are now adults, Jacob is married with four children and serving in the United States Army and Jessica serves in the New York Army National Guard. Jen comes from a real estate family, her parents Tom and Cathy Mullen opened a United Farm Agency franchise in Waverly, NY in 1971, she can remember stuffing flyers with her five siblings for bulk mailings. Somehow, her parents raised a family of six children by selling land for $200 and $300 per acre. Tom and Cathy own a United Country franchise in Waverly and her brother Matt and sister-in-law Terese own a United Country franchise in Ithaca, NY. Jen works primarily out of the Ithaca office. Jen received a Bachelor's degree from Virginia Tech in Dairy Science, spent three years as a Dairy Extension Agent with Cornell Cooperative Extension and then farmed full time with Jack after their marriage. With Jen's farming experience she brings a unique perspective when working with buyers and sellers, she understands the agricultural industry and understands that a farm is not a typical business. In her free time Jen likes to spend time with Jack on the farm and traveling to visit their four grandchildren.