Lewis and Hitchcock is the largest and oldest organ maintenance firm in the mid-Atlantic. With offices in Beltsville, MD, Greencastle, PA and Richmond, VA we maintain over 300 instruments from Media, PA to Bluefield, WV to Virginia Beach, VA. We also build new instruments, offer every sort of rebuilding service, offer emergency service and help churches who want to find a good used instrument.
Churches always seek to be good stewards of their facilities and resources. This is particularly important during tough economic times. Let Lewis & Hitchcock help to maintain and preserve your pipe organ.
Back Row: David Arnold, Steve Kimble, Steve Algire, DeWitt Long, Bill Jackson, Tony Drummond, Dave Selby, Richard Alford, Dave McCahan, Gerald Piercey
Front Row: Becky Flemming and Sean Antanaitis
The Service Representatives are:
Richard began organ work in 1978 and has been with Lewis and Hitchcock since 1995. For many years he took care of our Northern Virginia customers. He is also the pastor of St. Gregory Orthodox Church in Washington, DC where he is known as “Father Nicholas.” Richard is presently President and General Manager of the firm.
Steve is the Senior Organ Technician at Lewis & Hitchcock, having begun with the firm in 1965. His expertise in the fields of releathering and restoration is well known throughout the area.
DeWitt started working for Lewis & Hitchcock in 1993. He is the company Vice-President and service representative for the Richmond area, as well as central and southern Virginia. His office number is 804-762-4515.
Tony began organ work in 1996 and moved to Lewis & Hitchcock in 2000. He has much experience in the areas of releathering, wiring and rebuilding work. His service area covers the northern part of the mid-Atlantic region, from southern Pennsylvania to the District of Columbia.
Sean started with Lewis and Hitchcock in 2003. He has much experience in releathering and restoration work. His service area covers most of the Maryland suburban DC area.
Asher does most of our service work in Northern Virginia. Before coming to Lewis & Hitchcock in 2009, Asher developed expertise in voicing and pipe repair working for organ service firms in the Southeast.