Erie, Pennsylvania, 1945–1978.
Arthur Eugene Carr was born in 1910. According to David Junchen, he married Wilma, the daughter of Fred Durst (Frederick R. Durst, BuilderID 1784), one of the founders of the Organ Supply Corp. He joined the Organ Supply Corp. in 1945, where he served as the office manager and was responsible for taking telephone orders. He retired in 1978 and died on April 10, 1985.
With Organ Supply Corp. of Erie, Pennsylvania, 'many years;' retired 1978; died 1985.
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