Hagerstown, Maryland, 1984; Meadow Vista, California, 1989.
Son of Riley Daniels, [grandson of Mathais Moller (Sr)]; with M. P. Möller firm of Hagerstown, Maryland, 1984; western sales representative of Reuter firm of Lawrence, Kansas, 1987; active in Meadow Vista, California, 1989.
Peter Möller Daniels was born March 25, 1938 in Hagerstown, Maryland to Martha Möller and Wilson Riley Daniels II. He was married to Judith McCurdy Daniels in 1985. He was a graduate of Mercersburg Academy and attended Washington and Lee University. He passed away at age 72, January 30, 2011 at his home in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania.
Peter Daniels worked for M.P. Möller Pipe Organ Company in Hagerstown, Maryland, serving in production and sales, before becoming president of the company. He left the firm and moved to the west coast in 1986.He had thirty-eight years of experience in the pipe organ industry. He was treasurer of the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts in Hagerstown, Maryland. He was a life member of American Guild of Organists and the American Institute of Organ Builders. He was involved with many civic organizations in both Chambersburg and Hagerstown.
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