Julian L. Davis ’69 of Lewiston, Idaho, died on October 23, 2010. Julian was born in 1935 in Colorado Springs, Colo. While working alongside his father in uranium mines, he developed a lifelong interest in the mining industry. In 1952, he joined the U.S. Navy and served in the Korean War. He married Patricia Montague in 1959, and 10 years later, now the father of four daughters, earned his professional degree in mining engineering. Julian was employed by Mapco Inc. and Anaconda Copper. One of his life goals was to mine gold in the Buffalo Hump mining area, a quest started by his father and grandfather. Julian succeeded and enjoyed many years at ‘The Hump.’ He was fascinated by Spanish and Native American languages, and also enjoyed researching his family’s lineage, successfully tracing his family back to the early 1300s. Julian is survived by his daughters, Bridgette Cook, Patti Gomez, Grace Davis Lasco and Andre Johnson; his brother, Winston; and numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews.
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