Timothy Daniel Hancock, A.I.A., joined the Quimby Pipe Organs staff in October 2014, after having provided architectural consulting on several recent organ projects over a period of several years. Daniel received his Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from the Hammons School of Architecture at Drury University in 2004, and between 2004 and 2014, practiced architecture with Butler, Rosenbury & Partners in Springfield, Missouri. While at Drury, he studied organ with Earline Moulder, and from 2000 until 2014, he was active in the Springfield Chapter of the American Guild of Organists, serving variously as Sub-Dean, Dean, Secretary, Newsletter Editor, and on the Steering Committee for the 2013 Region VI Convention in Springfield. During the same period, Daniel was organist at Grace United Methodist Church in Springfield, where he also served concurrently for several years at St. Agnes RC Cathedral, also in Springfield. Daniel is also a member of the Organ Historical Society, and is an actively contributing member of the OHS Database Committee, with responsibilities for reviewing current publications and updating database listings for instruments as required.
An architect registered in Missouri, Daniel is responsible for working together with Quimby clients and staff to assess facilities, design projects and coordinate installations.