Updated through online information from Sean M. Haley. -- The Casavant was dispersed upon the installation of a new combination pipe/electronic organ. Part of the Swell division remains, incorporated in the new organ and revoiced by Burton Tidwell.
Updated through online information from Jeff Scofield.
Updated through online information from James R. Stettner.
Identified through online information from James R. Stettner. -- Replaced a 3-man., 17-rank, 1947 Balcom and Vaughan, Op. 450, which was relocated to Gem State University in Boise when the Casavant was installed. Tonal design, scaling, and voicing was by Gerhard Brunzema. Tonal finishing in church by Richard Proulx. Dedicated by Dr. Melvin West of Walla Walla College on May 15, 1977 - who was also project consultant. As originally installed, the Positiv 1' Sifflote and Pedal 8' Trompete were prepared for - making the organ 29 independent registers, 30 speaking stops, 39 ranks, and 1,927 pipes.
Remains of Console, stop jambs, and pouchboards during removal: Photograph by Rene A. Marceau. Taken on 2011-05-31