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Bob Julian

Milwaukee, WI
1920 - 2012

Bob retired as Corporate President and Board Chairman after a 40-year career in the Graphic Arts industry. He is a World War II veteran with two years service in Europe with the 42nd and 90th Divisions and Army "Stars and Stripes."

Bob has been a member of the American Cribbage Congress since 1980. He served on the Board of Directors for over 25 years. He served on the Committee that worked to formulate the first set of ACC rules in 1982. He has twice won the award for outstanding recruiting of new members. Bob was co-director of the first Grand National Tournament in Milwaukee in 1982 and he also co-directed the 18th Grand National in Las Vegas in 1999. This event holds the record for the most participants.

Bob instituted new procedures for Membership Secretary and Treasurer and arranged bonding of Board members handling large sums of money.

Bob has won four National Championships and earned All-American honors seven times. He has earned a Life Master Three-Star rating and is currently ranked third, lifetime.

Julian was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2005.