Springfield, Massachusetts; Boston; Erie, Pennsylvania, 1911–1918; Asheville, North Carolina, 1920–1953; Jacksonville, Florida, after 1953.
Born April 15, 1887; son of William Edward Greenwood; father of Norman A. Greenwood; with Steere & Turner and its successor, J. W. Steere & Sons, both of Springfield, Massachusetts; with Ernest M. Skinner of Boston, Massachusetts; representative of A. B. Felgemaker Co. of Erie, Pennsylvania, 1911–1918; representative of Hook & Hastings of Kendal Green, Massachusetts, in Asheville, North Carolina, 1920–1934; representative of Estey Organ Co. of Brattleboro, Vermont, 1934–1953; retired in 1953; with Greenwood Organ Co. of Charlotte, North Carolina, in Jacksonville, Florida, vice president; died November 24, 1982.
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