New Orleans, Louisiana, from at least 1991–1992.
Val Courville operated an organ service firm in the New Orleans, Louisiana, area; he died July 4, 1992.
Val Courville of New Orleans died July 4, 1992. He was a member and on the board of the New Orleans Chapter of OHS and served as a member of the OHS New Orleans Convention Committee. Val and other volunteers made numerous failing organs in the New Orleans area playable again. In addition to these efforts, he also had an organ maintenance business. A memorial recital was played by members of the New Orleans Chapter of OHS on the Simmons & Willcox/Schuelke organ at St. Mary's Assumption Church, an organ given new life by the OHS volunteers.
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