was a Saskatchewan boy who found his way to BC in depression days to find what ever work he could. He worked picking fruit and on a ranch. He eventually joined a CPR section gang. In the late 30’s he homesteaded in the Grindrod area where he farmed until retirement, interrupted only by service in the army in WWII. Life for Julian meant ‘work’ until he retired when he took up sports such curling and golf. He was a part of the community serving as director of the Credit Union and a staunch member of the Enderby Lions, Enderby Legion, and the Grindrod Community Club.