Pecos McNiel grew up in George West, Texas and moved to Yale, OK in 1989 where he graduated high school. He then attended Northeastern Oklahoma University, and he went onto graduate from OSU with a B.S. in Agricultural Education and M.S. in Adult Education and Supervision. Pecos taught at Yale High School and Meridian Technology Center. He attended Missouri Auction school and shortly after graduation, worked for Mueggenborg Auctioneers.
In 2000 he felt called to start his own Auction business and moved to Bristow OK, where he calls home today. Pecos is a busy family man with three girls ages 7, 13, and 16. His family lives on a working cattle ranch where they raise cattle and horses. His girls help him with the daily operation. Pecos's daughters enjoy riding their horses and are very involved in many activities including soccer, dance, piano, FFA, the church youth group, and more. Pecos is a lifetime member of the Oklahoma Cattlemen’s Association and the American Quarter Horse Association, a member of the Working Ranch Cowboys Association, Creek County Fairboard is very involved with other groups within the community.
Pecos is very involved in his family's home church and loves his Lord, Jesus Christ. He involves Him in his daily decision making and enjoys using the gifts and talents God has give him to help others. With his strong faith foundation, family values and years of experience, Pecos has strived to make McNiel Auction Services the very best.