Julian Martin Obituary, Julian Martin Has Died – Death Cause
- Isabella Mia
Julian Martin Death, Obituary – On March 24, we were informed that Julian Martin, a real climber, had passed away. He was a very accomplished climber. He was a really valuable asset. The harsh landscape looked up to him almost as a sibling. Due to the fact that we were made aware of this piece of information, we are currently going through a period of unimaginable suffering. His activism in support of the preservation of West Virginia’s lands and towns extended beyond the borders of our organization, and the time and talent that he sacrificed to donate to the West Virginia Heritage Conservancy (WVHC) were contributions that were highly valued and appreciated by the organization.
In addition to this, the influence of his action was felt far beyond the confines of our organization alone. During his time here, Julian was responsible for a variety of tasks and responsibilities, including serving as a member of our board of directors and as Vice President for State Affairs. He lobbied, wrote articles and letters to editors, gave presentations at schools, escorted students to a mountaintop removal site, assisted with stream testing in areas polluted by mining, “tabled” at events, represented us at protests, and did a lot more besides.
He also escorted students to a mountaintop removal site. Also, he took pupils to a site where mountaintops were being removed. Also, he took pupils to a site where mountaintops were being removed. He was the one who not only distributed our “I Mountains” bumper stickers with a great deal of zeal and excitement, but he was also the one who conceived of the text and design for our bumper stickers in the first place.
He spent his entire life serving in a number of capacities, some of which were that of instructor, advisor, and author, among other things. It is impossible for us to overstate how lucky we feel to have been able to recruit someone of his ability to work for our organization. We are indebted to you beyond measure.