<a href="http:\/\/pocahontastimes.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/sites\/25\/2014\/11\/Preserving.web_.-Poca.jpg"><img class="alignleft size-medium wp-image-6496" src="http:\/\/pocahontastimes.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/sites\/25\/2014\/11\/Preserving.web_.-Poca-182x300.jpg" alt="Preserving.web. Poca" width="182" height="300" \/><\/a>\r\n\r\nJulian H. \u201cAbe\u201d Phillips, known to his friends as \u201cJack,\u201d enlisted in the United States Navy in 1942 following his graduation from Green Bank High School. This photograph was taken after he finished basic training. He served as a Machinist Mate 3-Class in England and Ireland until the end of World War II. Born in Boyer and raised in Durbin, he was the son of William C. and Bertha R. Ruckman Phillips. He graduated from WVU and retired in 1985 from the FMC Nitro Plant as senior product engineer. Julian Phillips passed away in 2013 and is buried in the Arbovale Cemetery. Preserving Pocahontas Archives, ID: PHP001256\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\nAccess the \u201cPreserving Pocahontas\u201d Digital Library at www.pocahontaspreserva tion.org or www.preservingpocahontas.org If you have historical records or photographs to be scanned for the county Historical Archive contact Preservation Officer B. J. Gudmundsson at 304-799-3989 or email email@example.com Prints of photographs are available.