The OHS Pipe Organ Database

BuilderID 4192

Builder Identification

Louisville, Kentucky, 1972-2013; succeeded by Miller Organ Service, LLC, 2013.

Additional Notes

  • From the OHS PC Database, derived from A Guide to North American Organbuilders by David H. Fox (Organ Historical Society, 1991). —

    Established by James E. Miller in Louisville, Kentucky, Aug. 1972; active in 1989.

    Staff: John C. Ball; Paul T. Bowen; J. Stephan Drexler; Melvin W. Dunn; Philip T. Hines, Jr.; Michael Israel; Shelia S. Kirk; Sylvester E. Kohler; Kevin Lush; Victor M. Marsilio; Steven Miller; Wilbur D. Miller; Christopher J. Nagorka; Keith E. Norrington; Michael J. O'Dea; Lynn R. Pratt; Tim Salmon; Gary E. Waller; H. Jeff Wallace; Alan K. White; John E. Ziegler.


    • Letter to David Fox.
    • Miller.
    • Organ Handbook (OHS Press 1989), 38.

  • From the OHS Database Builders Listing Editor, August 25, 2016. —

    The Miller Pipe Organ Company was founded by James E. Miller in 1975, with the assistance of his wife, Ruby. In 2013, the Millers turned over the company name and certain assets to their Chief Technician, Gary Waller. With his business partner, Dan Martin, Waller and Martin formed a new company, Miller Organ Service, LLC.


    • Miller Organ Service website. “About/Historyâ€?, Accessed August 29, 2015.

  • Company website: Miller Organ Service, LLC

Database Entries

There are 13 entries in the database that describe organs by Miller Pipe Organ Co. / Miller Organ Service, LLC.

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Console - Moller Nameplate. Photograph by Homer A. Ferguson III

Console - Miller Nameplate. Photograph by Homer A. Ferguson III