Hagerstown, Maryland; New York City, 1909-1918; Merrick, New York, 1920ndash;1931; Highland, Illinois, 1931.
Born 8 November 1880 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; brother of George Losh, related to Daniel S. Wentz; in Hagerstown, Maryland, as child; with M.P. Möller, Inc. of Hagerstown: in New York City, 1909-1918, eastern sales manager; freelance organ sales, 2 years; acquired Reuben Midmer & Son of Merrick, New York, with brother, 1920, as Midmer-Losh, president; left firm, 1931; with Wicks Organ Co. of Highland, Illinois; died 8 January 1934 in Hershey, Pennsylvania.
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