Toledo, Ohio, from 1952; Croton, Ohio from 1996.
In 2022, change of name from “J.W. Muller Pipe Organ Company” to “Muller Pipe Organ Company.”We received the most recent update for this note from Jim Stettner on September 08, 2023.
Note from the Organ Database Builders editor Stephen Hall, August 8, 2017. *mdash;
Joseph Muller was cabinetmaker employed by Ernest Skinner in the early 1900s. His son, Henry Muller, also worked with Skinner, achieving the position of Principal Installation Foreman. In 1919, Henry established his own firm in Toledo, Ohio, primarily performing service and maintenance.
Henry's sons, Robert and William, continued the company as Muller Pipe Organ Company and expanded into the restoration and rebuilding of existing organs. Under Robert's sons, Mark and John, the company was further expanded with the additions of design and hand crafted production of new instruments and components. Jack Muller, cabinet maker, is the fifth generation Muller organ builder.
Staff: Mark Muller, John Muller, Scott Hayes (Tonal Director), Jack Muller
Note from the OHS PC Database, derived from A Guide to North American Organbuilders, by David H. Fox (Richmond, Va., Organ Historical Society, 1991; rev. ed., 1997, with updated information). —
Succeeded Muller & Steinmeyer. Succeeded Muller & Steinmeyer, 1920; established by Henry W. Muller in Toledo, Ohio; active 1996.
Staff: John Muller; Mark Muller; Robert Muller; William Muller.