Dorothy Murphy Jullien, 67, an employe of the old War Department and a resident of the Washington area for 45 years, died of cancer Sunday at Northern Virginia Doctor's Hospital in Arlington.
Mrs. Jullien was born in Marion, Ind. She studied accounting in Indiana before moving to Washington in [TEXT OMITTED FROM SOURCE]
She and her husband, Philip M. Jullien Jr., now the vice president of a [TEXT OMITTED FROM SOURCE] with it until the end of World War II. [TEXT OMITTED FROM SOURCE] the early 1930s. She went to work for construction company, then moved to [TEXT OMITTED FROM SOURCE] 2-1, after winning the opening singles. [TEXT OMITTED FROM SOURCE] the War Department and remained Arlington. They resided there until two years ago, when they moved to Falls Church. From 1960 to 1970, Mrs. Jullien was secretary of the Jullien Engineering Co., which was headed by her husband.
She also was active in the Women's Auxiliary of the Corinthian Yacht Club and was a member of the Gulls, an organization of the U.S. Power Squadron. She was a volunteer with the American Red Cross and had been a Cub Scout den mother.
In addition to her husband, of the home in Falls Church, survivors include two daughters, Patricia Page Allen, of Valdez, Alaska, and Diane Prezant, of Phoenix, Ariz.; a son, Thomas Jullien, of Fairfax; a brother, Jack Murphy, of San Francisco; two sisters, Dorie Stefonowicz and Mart Eckard, both of Northport, Wash., and seven grandchildren.