Portland, Maine, 1902; Massachusetts, 1902-1906; Atlanta and Chicago, 1910-1916; Chicago, Illinois, 1918.
George Everett La Marche was born 2 August, 1885 in Hatton, Maine; he was the brother of Ernest L. La Marche, and the father of George E., Jr., Roby W. and Austin W. La Marche. He began with Herbert C. Harrison firm of Portland, Maine, 1902; with Hutchings firm of Massachusetts, 1902-1906; with University of Maine, 1906; with Austin firm of Hartford, Connecticut, in Atlanta, Georgia, and Chicago, Illinois, 1910-1916, erector; with Wangerin-Weickhardt firm of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1917; representative of Steered firm of Springfield, Massachusetts, in Chicago, 1918; established firm in Three Rivers, Michigan, 1916, listed 1917-1919; succeeded John W. Heaton of Chicago, 1920; partner with Ernest La Marche in La Marche Brothers of Chicago, 1918. Founder of Orgelectra Co., subsequently La Marche Manufacturing Co., makers of organ rectifiers; died 31 Mar. 1964.
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