In memory of
Julian Strucely
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In memory of
Julian Strucely
STRUCELY, Julian Julian was born in Dallas, Texas at St. Paul Hospital; delivery by Dr. Guion Lindsey on August 9, 1926. He was baptized by Reverend E. M. Robert at Zion Lutheran Church on October 17, 1926, Dallas, Texas. Confirmation Day was March 17, 1940 by Pastor Robert. Confirmation Memory Verse was 1st Timothy, verse 15, "This is a faithful saying and worthy of your full acceptance, that Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners; of whom I am the foremost." Julian was one of five children born to Nicholas and Rosa Maria (Bippert) Strucely. He graduated from N. R. Crozier Technical High School in January, 1944; where he served as Regimental Commander of the First Regiment, R.O.T.C. of Dallas High Schools from September, 1943 to January, 1944. Julian graduated from El Centro College with an Associate Degree in Mid-Management on May 20th, 1976. He served in World War II in the Regular Navy from August, 1944 to August, 1947 and the Inactive Naval Reserve from 1947 to 1955. The areas where he served were Okinawa; Sasebo, Japan; Seoul, Korea; and also served under Commander K. E. Curley on. Flagship LC(FF)368 as Quartermaster (Helmsman) on the Yangtze River Patrol to Hankow during January, 1946. On June 4th,1983 Julian married Lauren Kay Lauber of Kansas City, Kansas. The Maid of Honor was Susan Ro Bardi Lauren Kay's First Cousin and Julian's brother Harold was the Best Man. The ceremony was officiated by Reverend Vernold Aurich at Zion Lutheran Church, Dallas, Texas. Julian was employed by the City of Dallas as a Data Control Specialist in the Communications and Information Services Dept. from 1958 and retired in 1988. Julian sang as tenor in the Zion Lutheran Choir under three Ministers of Music; Wayne Lucht; Donald Rotermund and Sam Etherton. In retirement, Julian volunteered in several different phases of Church and Community Services. Church Service included Elder, Deacon, Teller Committee, Visiting Nurses Association, Braille Worship and North Dallas Shared Ministries. Carrollton Community Service consisted of City Hall Info Volunteer, Chairman of the Library Board (Restarted Friends of The Carrollton Public Library), Citizen's Police Patrol, Historic Preservation Advisory Committee. Julian especially enjoyed the many years of Senior Adult Fellowship in his congregation at Zion Lutheran Church. Julian and Lauren Kay were blessed to be able to travel on 3 Group Tours and 7 Individual Tours to Europe. They were members of the Texas Chamber Orchestra Guild from 1997 to 2005 and Lauren Kay served as Secretary of the Guild from 2001 to 2005. On Tuesday, October 8, 2019 Julians was called to his Heavenly Home by his Saviour Jesus Christ. His brother Walter preceded him in death on Saturday, March 6, 2010. He is survived by his wife Lauren Kay of 36 years, by brothers, Paul(Lou), Harold (Dolly) and sister Bernice (Marlin) Launius and many nieces and nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews. Memorial, donations may be made to the Zion Lutheran Choir. Visitation Sunday 6-8 PM, October 13, 2019. Funeral service will be Monday, October 14, 2019, 1PM, at Zion Lutheran Church, 6121 East Lovers Ln, Dallas, TX 75214
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In memory of
Julian Strucely
STRUCELY, Julian Julian was born in Dallas, Texas at St. Paul Hospital; delivery by Dr. Guion Lindsey on August 9, 1926. He was baptized by Reverend E. M. Robert at Zion Lutheran Church on October 17, 1926, Dallas, Texas. Confirmation Day was March 17, 1940 by Pastor Robert. Confirmation Memory Verse was 1st Timothy, verse 15, "This is a faithful saying and worthy of your full acceptance, that Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners; of whom I am the foremost." Julian was one of five children born to Nicholas and Rosa Maria (Bippert) Strucely. He graduated from N. R. Crozier Technical High School in January, 1944; where he served as Regimental Commander of the First Regiment, R.O.T.C. of Dallas High Schools from September, 1943 to January, 1944. Julian graduated from El Centro College with an Associate Degree in Mid-Management on May 20th, 1976. He served in World War II in the Regular Navy from August, 1944 to August, 1947 and the Inactive Naval Reserve from 1947 to 1955. The areas where he served were Okinawa; Sasebo, Japan; Seoul, Korea; and also served under Commander K. E. Curley on. Flagship LC(FF)368 as Quartermaster (Helmsman) on the Yangtze River Patrol to Hankow during January, 1946. On June 4th,1983 Julian married Lauren Kay Lauber of Kansas City, Kansas. The Maid of Honor was Susan Ro Bardi Lauren Kay's First Cousin and Julian's brother Harold was the Best Man. The ceremony was officiated by Reverend Vernold Aurich at Zion Lutheran Church, Dallas, Texas. Julian was employed by the City of Dallas as a Data Control Specialist in the Communications and Information Services Dept. from 1958 and retired in 1988. Julian sang as tenor in the Zion Lutheran Choir under three Ministers of Music; Wayne Lucht; Donald Rotermund and Sam Etherton. In retirement, Julian volunteered in several different phases of Church and Community Services. Church Service included Elder, Deacon, Teller Committee, Visiting Nurses Association, Braille Worship and North Dallas Shared Ministries. Carrollton Community Service consisted of City Hall Info Volunteer, Chairman of the Library Board (Restarted Friends of The Carrollton Public Library), Citizen's Police Patrol, Historic Preservation Advisory Committee. Julian especially enjoyed the many years of Senior Adult Fellowship in his congregation at Zion Lutheran Church. Julian and Lauren Kay were blessed to be able to travel on 3 Group Tours and 7 Individual Tours to Europe. They were members of the Texas Chamber Orchestra Guild from 1997 to 2005 and Lauren Kay served as Secretary of the Guild from 2001 to 2005. On Tuesday, October 8, 2019 Julians was called to his Heavenly Home by his Saviour Jesus Christ. His brother Walter preceded him in death on Saturday, March 6, 2010. He is survived by his wife Lauren Kay of 36 years, by brothers, Paul(Lou), Harold (Dolly) and sister Bernice (Marlin) Launius and many nieces and nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews. Memorial, donations may be made to the Zion Lutheran Choir. Visitation Sunday 6-8 PM, October 13, 2019. Funeral service will be Monday, October 14, 2019, 1PM, at Zion Lutheran Church, 6121 East Lovers Ln, Dallas, TX 75214
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Dallas, TX 75243
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