Erie, Pennsylvania, 1962–to at least 1996.
With Beisecker Organ Pipes of Erie, Pennsylvania, 1962–1966; with Organ Supply Industries,* Erie, 1966–1983; with Redman Organ Co., 1983; established CMC Organ Pipes in Erie, Pennsylvania, 1984; active in 1996.
*According to David Junchen’s Encyclopedia of the American Theatre Organ, vol. 2, 821, Organ Supply Corporation merged with Durst & Co in 1972, and the firm name was changed to Durst Organ Supply at that time; the name was changed to Organ Supply Industries in 1978. —Ed.
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