Paul Lucien Juilly

July 08, 1939 – February 22, 2023

Paul Lucien Juilly was born in San Francisco, CA. He grew up in San Carlos with his parents, Lucien and Beatrice, and his brother George. On February 22, 2023, at the age of 83, Paul passed away peacefully in his bedroom with his wife Sheila at his side and his daughter Annette on the phone.

Paul met Sheila Booth when they were both students at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo. They married on June 23, 1962. Together they had two children, Annette and Brett.

Paul received his Masters Degree in Structural Engineering from Stanford University. He joined the structural engineering firm of L.F. Robinson, and was later made partner and then president. The firm was renamed Robinson Meier Juilly & Associates.

Paul was an avid runner and cyclist. Over the course of his life, Paul ran hundreds of races including the Bay-to-Breakers, and completed 18 marathons (Boston, San Francisco, Honolulu, and others). He cycled with friends around Lake Tahoe several times as well.

In addition to traveling to Boston and Hawaii for marathons, he and Sheila traveled extensively to many European countries, as well as China, Japan, Tahiti, Cambodia, Mexico, Canada, and many U.S. states.

Paul was also passionate about Ferraris throughout his life. In his 60’s he bought a red Ferrari 308 GT4. He was an active member of the Ferrari Club of America, attending many group road trips and events.

He and Sheila retired to Cazadero in 2011, living in a home that he designed, on property that his parents and grandmother had owned.

Paul is survived by his wife, daughter, son, grandson Albert, and brother George, as well as many friends and family. A private funeral service for immediate family was held in March, 2023.

If you would like to make a donation in Paul’s memory, please consider donating to the Cazadero Volunteer Fire Department or to St. Colman’s Guild in Cazadero.

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