Updated by Andrew A. Clark, listing conversations with this person as the source of the information: Bruce Ahlich.
The organ still exists. It was left behind when the congregation moved to a new building just outside of town. The old building was converted into a home and music studio. The owner no longer wanted the organ and was put up for sale but never sold. The owner consequently had it walled off and it still rests behind the wall.
Updated through online information from Andrew A. Clark. -- Zion Lutheran Church relocated to a new building. There was no pipe organ but only an electronic. I believe they left the pipe organ at their previous location which was converted to apartments. Not likely that the instrument still exists.
Identified from factory documents and publications courtesy of Stephen Schnurr.
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