William T. Julian

October 19, 1934 - September 22, 2013
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William T. (Bill) Julian, born October 19, 1934 in Longview, Texas, to William and Margaret Julian, departed from this life on Sunday, September 22, 2013, at Oceanview Care Center in Texas City, TX. His family moved to Galveston where he went to school and played football, which was his number one sport. After school, Bill married Opal Thomas and joined the US Marine Corps. Bill and Opal had seven children. Bill later married Donna and welcomed four step-children into his family.

Bill is preceded in death by his parents, William and Margaret Julian; brothers: Jerry, Gerald, and Ronnie Julian; wife, Donna Julian; and grandchildren: Zackery Q. Julian and Dominique M. Pulver.

He leaves to cherish his memory his children: Ann and husband, Bobby; Bill; James and wife, Karen; Donna; Rita; Eddie and wife, Pam; Jerry and wife, Carmel; sister, Sissy and husband, Roy; sister-in-law, Ray; brother, Don; and numerous others that he considered his children; 22 grandchildren; and 10 great grandchildren.

Bill’s wishes were to be cremated and taken to the VA Cemetery in Houston, TX.

Bill’s family will receive visitors beginning at 10:00 am, Saturday, September 28th, at Malloy & Son Funeral Home. A memorial homegoing service will start at 11:00 am. The family requests casual dress.

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Born: October 19, 1934
Died: September 22, 2013

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The staff of Malloy Funerals & Cremations.

 

John and Volusia Boyd posted on 11/30/-1

Please know that all the Julian family is in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Jack Haviland posted on 11/30/-1

Jerry and family, sorry about your loss of a loved one. John 5-28 and 29 talks about a resurrection of the dead, a promise we all can have hope for in the future to see our loved ones again.

 

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