County of Westchester, New York, 1992-2002; East Hampton, Connecticut, from 2002.
From Builders editor, Stephen Hall, October 13, 2015. -
J.H. & C.S. Odell was/is a single family-owned entity from 1859 to the present. Various family members served as operating owners/partners at different points over the decades.
"The first new Odell organ project executed was for St. Mark-s Lutheran Church in Glastonbury in 2003, which was relocation, additions and revoicing of a two manual instrument as Odell opus 642. The firm is shifting towards building entirely new organs, though they routinely handle restoration work. The firm is now building almost entirely from raw materials; we do all our own millwork, cast pipe metal, and make our own pipes. We switched over to doing primarily slider chests in 2010, and are also branching out into new mechanical action. though at present the majority of the work is electric action. We were invited and joined APOBA in 2012."
Source: An email from Edward Odell to the editor, received October 13, 2015. [edited with some material omitted] We received the most recent update for this note from Database Manager on February 11, 2019.