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Benefits of Membership
As a member of the Estey Organ Museum you are entitled to free admission to the museum. Please visit us whenever you are in the area and see how our various instrument restorations are progressing.
Have you considered “adopting an organ?” Your sponsorship will ensure the restoration and maintenance of an instrument in our collection. Contact the museum for more information.
If you were not able to attend, we invite you to read the Estey Organ Museum Annual Report for 2014/2015 and the minutes from last year’s Annual Meeting.
EOM Annual Report for 2015/2016
EOM Newsletters Archives
We invite you to read past issues of The Estey Organ.
The Estey Organ Museum is grateful for those individuals who have made sustaining contribution to our organization by becoming lifetime members.
If you are interested in becoming a Lifetime member, please contact the museum for additional information.
Remembering Our Friends
Please join with us in remembering those special friends and founders of the Estey Organ Museum.
Georg was the former Director of the pipe organ division of the Estey Organ Company, who worked tirelessly to establish the Estey Organ Museum. Georg was responsible for creating many of the museum’s permanent exhibits, including the walk-through pipe organ and the early electronic organs of Harold Bode, and served as Trustee Emeritus.
Alan O. Dann
Alan was a co-founder of the Estey Organ Museum, who served the organization in innumerable ways: President, grant writer, floor painter, note-taker, docent, researcher, diplomat, cheerleader, and overall hero.
John was a life-long Estey employee, whose specialty was voicing organ pipes. After Estey closed in 1960, John continued building, restoring, repairing, and maintaining pipe organs throughout Vermont and New England. John was an invaluable resource to the Estey Organ Museum.
Perry C. Phoenix
Perry was the founder of Phoenix Roofing and brother of Estey Organ Museum founder, Ned Phoenix. The company’s many roofing projects (including church staples) routinely earned high praise, including descriptions of their work as “craftsmanship” and Perry himself as “a meticulous artist.”