Lawrence, Kansas, 1985–1989.
Max L. Mayse is a graduate of West Texas A&M University, 1972, with a Bachelor of Music Education, Organ. He obtained a Master of Education degree with an emphasis in educational/instructional technology from City University of Bellevue, Washington in 1998.
He started with Reuter Organ Co. of Lawrence, Kansas in May 1972. He was Vice-President and Tonal Director, prior to leaving the company in October 1988. He later worked with KU Endowment, a foundation providing philanthropic support to the University of Kansas, retiring in May of 2015. He has been the organist of First Christian Church of Lawrence, Kansas since 1998.
Graduate of West Texas State University; with Reuter Organ Co. of Lawrence, Kansas, 1985, tonal director; active in 1989.
*Music was renamed The American Organist in January, 1979. –Ed.
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