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BuilderID 3891

Builder Identification

Richmond, VA, technician; in Mann & Trupiano of New York City, NY, with Lawrence Trupiano, 1972-1992; retired to Trufant MI. 1992, d. 2007

Additional Notes

  • Organist and Organ Builder; Born September 19, 1934 in Richmond VA; attended the University of Richmond, Master of Sacred Music degree at Union Seminary in New York City. Died June 30 2007, in Michigan.
  • From the OHS PC Database, derived from A Guide to North America Organ Builders by David H. Fox (Organ Historical Society, 1991). --

    Graduate of Union Theological Seminary of New York City, NY, 1962; he was an organist in Richmond, VA. He worked with Lawrence Walker of Richmond, VA, as a technician. He was a partner with Lawrence Trupiano in Mann & Trupiano of New York City, NY, beginning in 1972; the firm was active until his retirement in 1992.

  • From "Henry Mann" Obituary, provided by Hurst Funeral Home, Greenville MI --

    Born September 19, 1934 in Richmond VA. attended the University of Richmond and later earned his Master of Sacred Music degree at Union Seminary in New York City. Organist and choir director at St. John’s Episcopal Church, Richmond. In New York he was organist-director in several churches and eventually formed an organ building firm in partnership with Larry Trupiano. He retired to Trufant MI in 1992. Shortly thereafter he became the organist at Settlement Lutheran Church, where he continued for 14 years. Died June 30 2007, in Michigan.

  • For more information, see: Mann & Trupiano

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