Julian Walter


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Julian Walter DeLaRosa

Sep 12 1939 - Jul 31 2007

Julian Walter DeLaRosa passed away peacefully on July 31, 2007 at his Texas home while lovingly surrounded by his family. Julian created a strong legacy of family, friends and love. He had a strong faith in God and Jesus Christ and was joyful in his service to the Lord. Born in San Antonio, Julian met his soul mate, best friend and wife Anne and they lived happily married on this earth for 44 years. Julian was preceded in death by his parents, Julian and Hertha and his daughter Julie Anne, all which are celebrating their reunion together. He is survived by his wife Anne, Sons Walter and Michael, their wives Rhonda and Angela, his beautiful grandchildren Austin, Julie, Anna, Claire, Lauren, Benjamin, Will, Aiden and his sister Penny. Julian was known by all his friends as a family man proud of his children and his wife. He was a graduate of Central Catholic High School and Saint Mary’s University in San Antonio and was always very proud of his Texas heritage. Julian served his country for 30 years in the Federal Bureau of Investigation holding positions at the highest levels within the FBI as an SAC, ASAC, and Investigator while working responsibilities in foreign counter intelligence, terrorism, special presidential inquiries and other areas of national importance. He was appointed by the President of the United States, as Inspector General of the US Department of Labor and also served as the Vice Chair of the Presidents Council on Integrity and Efficiency coordinating ethics and integrity oversight for all government agencies. In 2002 Julian accepted a position as Director of Corporate Compliance for Childrens Medical Center Dallas. He worked at Childrens until 2007 establishing a world class medical and ethical compliance system within the hospital. Julian received over 70 awards and commendations for his public, government and selfless service, however, to all those who knew him knew his most important accomplishment was the love and strength of his family. Julian enjoyed time with his family and friends and came to love the game of golf. He spent many wonderful days enjoying beautiful courses around the country with his wife and his sons. Julian’s legacy is one that will not just be remembered in the past, but realized in the future with characteristics and integrity he taught to his family and friends. He made the world a better place. A rosary will be held at the Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Home in Allen, Texas on Thursday, August 2, 2007, at 7 pm. A mass will be held Friday, August 3, 2007, at St Michael’s Catholic Church in McKinney, Texas at 10 am. The funeral service will be Saturday at 1pm at Holy Cross Cemetery in San Antonio, TX. Memorials may be made to The Society of Former Special Agents of the FBI, Inc. PO Box 1027, Quantico, VA 22134 (800) 527-7372 or Children's Medical Center Foundation 2777 Stemmons, Suite 1025, Dallas, Tx, 75207.
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