Middletown, Ohio, 1968-1976; Germantown, Ohio; Eugene, Oregon, 1977-2005.
Note from the Organ Database Builders editor Charles Eberline, August 1, 2017. -
John Brombaugh retired in 2005 to continue his research in historic northern European organs.
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.). -
Studied electrical engineering at the University of Cincinnati; with Baldwin Piano Co. in design of electronic organs; M.S. Electrical Engineering with specialty in acoustics from Cornell University, 1963; with Fritz Noack of Andover, Massachusetts, 1964-1966; with Charles Fisk of Gloucester, Massachusetts, 1966-1967; with Rudolf von Beckerath of Hamburg, Germany, 1967; established his own firm in Middletown, Ohio, 1968-1976; in Germantown, Ohio; in Eugene, Oregon, 1977; active in 1989.
Staff: Gordon S. Auchincloss; Michael L. Bigelow; John H. Boody; Jeremy Cooper; John A. Farmer; Bruce Fowkes; Greg Harrold; William F. Morton; Ralph Richards; Charles M. Ruggles; Norman Ryan; Bruce E. Shull; George K. Taylor; Munetaka Yokota.