Meet Our Team
Josh Devereaux was born and raised in Oklahoma has been involved with horses and cattle his whole life. Josh currently resides in Okmulgee, Oklahoma, with his wife Mollie Devereaux and son Caysen Devereaux. Josh is a livestock auctioneer at the Okmulgee Stockyards. When Josh isn't at an auction he can be found hauling cattle, tending to his bucking bulls or roping with his family.
Josh is a graduate of World Wide Auction school and is a certified auctioneer in the state of Oklahoma. He is a firm believer that being fair and honest is the only way to do business. Josh has been apart of farm sales, livestock sales, benefit auctions, estate auctions and equipment auctions. He is a member of the Oklahoma State Auctioneers Association and the National Auctioneers Association.
Sam Stamper graduated from Oklahoma State University with a degree in Agribusiness in 2018. He currently owns and operates Stamper Fencing and Steel Construction and is an auctioneer at the Okmulgee Stockyards. Sam enjoys running cattle, team roping and attending auctions. He lives in Mounds, Oklahoma, but spends a majority of his time traveling eastern Oklahoma.
Sam is a graduate of World Wide Auction Company and is a member of
the Oklahoma State Auctioneers Association and the National Auctioneers Association. He is a certified auctioneer in the state of Oklahoma. Sam has been a part of farm sales, livestock sales, benefit auctions, estate auctions and equipment auctions.
Mollie Devereaux attended Rogers State University on a rodeo scholarship where she earned a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. Mollie has also earned her Master of Business Administration, and a Master of Legal Studies in Oil, Gas, and Energy Law.
Mollie is a licensed real estate agent and would love to assist you with all of your real eastate needs including but not limited to real eatate auctions.
Mollie currently resides in Okmulgee, Oklahoma and when she isn’t attending an auction, she can be found spending time with her family in the roping pen or out taking care of cows.
Zadie McElhaney graduated from Connors State College with her associates degree and then obtained a bachelor's degree from Oklahoma State University, where she majored in Agricultural Communications and Agribusiness. Zadie has had experience as a Marketing and Communication Coordinator and currently does freelance marketing work for various organizations.
Zadie is also an elementary school teacher and enjoys camping with her family, feeding cows, traveling and going to rodeos.