Updated through online information from James R. Stettner.
Updated through online information from John Ignatowski. -- St. Cecilia's Church closed in October 2007. Over the summer of 2011, the Felgemaker organ was disassembled and moved down the road to St. Albert The Great University Parish on the campus of Michigan Technological University in Houghton, Michigan, for a complete restoration. University students, the pastor and other volunteers refinished the oak casework and cleaned all the parts. Organbuilder James Lauck of Otsego, Michigan restored the pedalboard, refelted the manual keyboards, and replicated the missing feeders, thereby restoring the hand-blowing mechanism which had been removed long ago, and installed a new silent blower. Mechanically and tonally the organ remains in its original state. During disassembly, pencilled notes on parts of the woodwork revealed that the organ was once in a Protestant church in Manitowoc, Wisconsin.
Updated through online information from John Ignatowski. -- The church closed on October 31, 2007. The organ is to be removed into storage.
On-line update from John Ignatowski -- In regular weekly use. The congregation is shrinking and the church's future in doubt.