Strandberg, South Dakato, 1920s; Pekin, Illinois, dates unknown; Dunnell, Minnesota, 1950s; Brandon, South Dakota, 1970s.
Frederick Heyer Cesander was born March 8, 1893 in St. Charles, Illinois; he served in World War II. He was the owner of Jubal Organ Co.; a representative of Bennett Organ Co. of Rock Island, Illinois, in Strandberg, South Dakota, 1920.; organist, organbuilder, organ architect; with Hinners firm of Pekin, Illinois; representative of E. M. Skinner Co.; owner of Premier Organ Co. and Jubal Organ Co.; active in Dunnell, Minnesota, 1950s; in Rosemount, MN; in Brandon, South Dakota, 1970s; died October 26, 1974 in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
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