Thursday July 19th from 9am-4pm
Come see us at 7785 Envoy Way Citrus Heights 95610.
Bill and Michael were both military men…like father like son.The father was part of the WWII Berlin Airlifts. Bill, the son spent time in Vietnam and between the two of them they had an extension library of books on war and military events. There will be lots of ephemera about their journeys as well.
Expect some mid-century modern furniture mixed with 60s fringe. The garage is just packed! We will have jewelry, art, furniture and general household for you to shop from. We have lots of photos for you to view.
Pricing will be as follows
9am-12noon fair pricing
Half price 12noon-2pm
$1 on most items from 2pm-3pm
Boxlot pricing 3pm-4pm
Donation and free will be going from 4pm-5pm Thursday
On Saturday July 21st from 9am-2pm we invite you down to the pocket area at
7459 Griggs Way Sacramento 95831.
His obituary as shared by the bee and friends.
Richard Murdock McMillan, 93, Sacramento business leader and world traveler, passed away on April 5, 2018 in Sacramento. Born on December 8, 1924 in Spokane, Washington, son of Murdock and Dorothy McMillan, Dick attended high school in San Francisco. He served honorably in the U.S. Army during World War II, participating in the Allied invasion of Normandy. Returning to civilian life, Dick joined Trans World Airlines (TWA) in 1945 for the “golden age of flight,” serving as regional manager in Portland and later in Sacramento until his retirement. Dick managed air travel for Governors Pat Brown, Ronald Reagan and Jerry Brown during his TWA tenure. Becoming a good friend of Governor Reagan, he organized air travel for Reagan and the California Republican Delegation to the 1968 Republican National Convention in Miami, Florida. Dick served as President of the Camellia Bowl Association, as Vice Chairman of the California Future Farmers of America Foundation, and as Governor Reagan’s appointee to the California Advisory Council on Vocational Education. Dick also served as an elder of Faith Presbyterian Church. Dick cared for his mother Dorothy, traveled extensively around the world and had a passion for mentoring young people and promoting dialog between seniors and youth.
We will be selling all of his home’s content this Saturday on Griggs Way. We invite you to celebrate his life and achievements alongside his offerings Saturday 9am-2pm. We will have lots of wonderful items from his household to share for sale.
We’ll have fair pricing 9am-12noon
1/2 price 12noon-1pm
$1 on most items 1pm-2pm
Free and donation will go from 2pm-3pm on Saturday only.
Thanks for your patronage and also the read.
Jen and crew
Thursday in Citrus Heights
Saturday photos will be updated Friday evening for our estate there.