Ray White auctioneer extraordinaire Tony Fountain dies

Ray White auctioneer extraordinaire Tony Fountain dies
Ray White auctioneer extraordinaire Tony Fountain dies
Tony Fountain, one of the Ray White Group legends, has died aged 72.
 
The veteran estate agent began his Ray White career in the fledgling business in New South Wales in 1988. 
 
"He was relentless," recalled Ray White co-chairman, Brian White today.
 
It was in recent years he moved to Bowral where is suffered a stroke on the weekend.
 
His most recent sale was the Kangaloon property, Summerside.

"I am pleased to announce that our NSW Awards program will now include the Tony Fountain Auction Award," Brian White said.

"It will be a fitting reminder to all our members of the crucial role Tony played in the continuing development of our national expansion." 

Tony is survived by his long-term partner Sam Hudson and his step-daughter Emily, plus his daughter Kylie Fountain and husband Kevin Hall, son Jason Fountain and wife Paula and son Kurt Fountain and his wife Josie and grand-daughters Charlotte and Sybella.

 

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