Condolence From: Ray Booth, Newcomerstown, OH
Condolence: As the editor of The Newcomerstown News for over 20 years, I have a great appreciation for the Julien family and their dedication to journalism and community.
Condolence From: Jim Reeves, Baltimore, Ohio
Condolence: So very sad to hear of Marshall’s passing. I worked with Marshall at C&SOE and later at AEP and always enjoyed my time with him. He had a great sense of humor and always enjoyed it when I would poke fun at him for “practicing law without a license”. We always joked about his love for hunting also. We’ve been out of touch for years but he will be missed!
Condolence From: Roger Dyer, Hilliard, OH
Condolence: Dear Nancy, Mitch, Denise and Ann
There is a campaign-style green button that is often seen around Huntington -- “I’m partial to Marshall.” I believe that everyone who knew Marshall O. Julian felt that way. I have, ever since that hot July day in 1976 when he interviewed me for a job. It was my pleasure to work with him. He was always fair, insightful and often told a good story. A good leader who was proud of his family. We will all miss him, and cherish our memories.
I am sorry that I had to let the virus keep me from saying the above and telling a fish story or two!
Condolence From: Gary & Janet Chaney, Newcomerstown, Ohio
Condolence: Our sincere condolences to Marshall's friends & family.
Condolence From: Margot Reichle, Westerville, Ohio
Condolence: Marshall was a great man. He will be missed by many.
Condolence From: Andrew Reichle, Westerville, Ohio
Condolence: I was sad to hear of his passing. Marshall was a great man. He will greatly be missed.
Condolence From: John & Eileen Boeckman, Fort Loramie, Ohio
Condolence: Marshall was a great man. I was sad to hear that he passed. He will be missed. I have great memories of him throughout the years from my college days with Mitch up through recently at the lake house. Great stories. I will always have fond memories.
Condolence From: Mary Hunt, West Lafayette, Ohio
Condolence: He will be missed so much. We as fellow classmates, always enjoyed our time together when Marsh attended our luncheons. He always gave us many smiles. I can just imagine him holding a fishing pole right now, anticipating that dream bite.
With heartfelt prayers and much love to Nancy and all family members during this time.