From: John M. Lauter, September 2006
Opus 1625 (mod EX, Granada theatre, Detroit) is now (or: has been for 18 years) installed
and playing in the Village Chapel, 123 South Second Street, Fowlerville, MI. I care for this organ.
It has two extra ranks added, a Dennison Kinura and a post horn made from a Wurlitzer oboe horn.
A Glock,Xylophone and toy counter were added (not all Wurlitzer) by John Steele when he installed the organ.
The Chapel is a converted Catholic church, a friend of mine bought the derelict building in 1970 and
converted it into his home. He built a wall across the length of the sanctuary, dividing the building
into two areas. the back half is the Chapel/music room and the front half is the living areas.
It is used for weddings, mostly "second time around" nuptials. Dr. Chet (he is an orthodontists)
had a 3/44 Austin church organ in the chapel first, then added the Wurlitzer in the late 80's.
He sold the house, it has changed hands three times since then.