Harold John Giulio
Butte —Harold John Giulio passed away Tuesday morning in a local nursing home. He was born in Boulder, Montana March 26, 1922 to John and Jennie (Hansen) Giulio and attended schools in Basin and Boulder. He served his country in the United States Navy
during World War II
and married Helen Trettin in Great Falls on June 7, 1942. They made their family home in Boulder. Harold worked at mining most of his life and for him it was a passion. He started mining with his father at the age of 5 and later owned the Rumley Mine at Comet. He also worked mines in the Tobacco Root Mountains and at Elkhorn. Harold operated a mining, excavating and trucking company and eventually retired in 1985. He enjoyed hunting and fishing. His wife Helen passed away in 1981 and Harold married Dolly Sweet in Helena in 1983. They made their home in Butte since 1991.
Besides his wife Helen and his parents, he is preceded in death by his sister, Jeanette Payor. He is survived by his wife, Dolly Giulio of Butte, sons and daughters-in-law; Roger and Leonella Giulio of Boulder, Terry and Marchia Giulio of Emmett, Idaho, Dennis and Karen Giulio of Boulder, Alan Giulio of Boulder, daughters; Sandra Spence of Missoula and Lori Giulio of Boulder and Lillian and Tim Kohn of Butte. Surviving grandchildren include: Jeff Giulio, Todd Spence, Tanya Spence, Marty Fletcher, Stephanie Dickinson, Trevor Giulio, Sacara Giulio, Leonella and Peter Johnson, James Lester, Troy Lester, Todd and Sheri Sullivan, Trent Sullivan, Chris Kohn and Ted Kohn. Great grandchildren include: Tyler, Zach and Sabrina Giulio, Kadyn Saylor, Emma Brackett, Kloe Dickinson, Dawn Rae Spence, Sharaya and Rob Humphries, Shijia Sullivan, Bridger Sullivan and Kayden Humphries. Harold is also survived by his sister, Betty Ann Bowser of Beaver, Pennsylvania and brothers and sister-in-law, John Giulio and Gordon and Mary Giulio of Boulder.
Mr. Giulio's remains are in Wayrynen-Richards Funeral Home where friends may call Friday afternoon after 3 o'clock. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday morning at 11 o'clock with Pastor Dave Andersen officiating.