John Guliano is an esteemed author and professor of American Studies. His expertise encompasses race and class in America.
He hails from Manhattan, New York and graduated from Sewanka High School and Rochester Institute of Technology. Additionally, he earned a master’s degree in Theology and Classical Studies.
Early Life and Education
John Giuliano was born in Camden, New Jersey to Pasquale and Pasqulina Giuliano. As of the 1930 census, they lived at 329 Line Street in South Camden but soon after relocated to 419 North 38th Street in East Camden.
He joined the Camden Fire Department on January 11, 1956 and was promoted to Chief on June 11, 1966. On November 11th 1992 he retired after 36 years of distinguished service to his department and also served on its Red Cross first aid committee for many years. Survived by his wife Mona L (Williams) Guiliano of Lynn; brother Gerald Giuliano of Kissimmee, Florida; niece Alyanna Giuliano; funeral services will be held at The Joyce Funeral Home (245 Main Street Waltham) on Friday March 11th from 6-8pm; followed by Kingdom Hall (1672 Washington Street Newton) on Saturday afternoon.
John Guliani has extensive leadership experience in both public and private sectors. With over three decades of expertise in Loss Prevention and Law Enforcement, including serving as a commissioned officer with the US Army’s Military Police Corp where he directed military police units across America as well as overseas, John is well-qualified to lead any organization facing challenges today.
Guliano currently serves as Chief Clinical Officer for the Ohio Hospital Association, leading quality programs, patient safety initiatives and operational functions. He has also spearheaded several statewide and regional quality improvement initiatives like sepsis mortality reduction and hand hygiene promotion; for which he has been recognized nationally by both Sepsis Alliance and American Hospital Association. A graduate of St. Thomas Hospital Medical Center and Fellow in American College of Healthcare Executives, his expertise has been widely recognized across multiple fields.
Achievements and Honors
John Juliano served in the US Army during World War II as a wireless operator for tactical field radio equipment. He earned the Purple Heart and posthumous induction into the National Police Defense Foundation; ultimately, his remains were interred at Brigadier General William C Doyle Veteran Memorial Cemetery in Wrightstown NJ.
He was an accomplished English language learner with a great love of writing. He earned the DAR Good Citizen Award and the University of Rochester Frederick Douglass and Susan B. Anthony Award in Humanities & Social Sciences.
He was an active participant in the National Honor Society and student council president for four years. Additionally, he played on the varsity soccer team and volunteered his services to Miami Valley Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association.
He had been a long-time Niles resident, serving his community through volunteerism and employment. When not at work, he served as lector, usher and Eucharistic minister at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church in Niles. Additionally, he belonged to both Knights of Columbus and Niles Interfaith Initiatives.
John Guliano was an admirer of Vedic philosophy and fine art serigraphy, founding Icon Editions to publish his extensive backlist as well as several new books co-authored with his middle daughter Avalon Oneita Juliana. John has always had a passion for reading and cooking – so much so that he even had his own blog dedicated to it! To learn more about his interests and hobbies, you can check out johnguliano.com today.
John Giano has an estimated net worth of $32 million. He made his fortune as a fashion designer.
He is best known for his designs for French haute couture houses Givenchy (July 1995 to October 1996) and Christian Dior (October 1996 to March 2011).
His debut collection was highly praised by the fashion media, leading him to win four times the British Fashion Designer of the Year Award.
At Givenchy and Dior, Galliano earned a reputation for his daring designs that featured fabulous themes as well as delicate, perfectly tailored garments.
Queen Elizabeth II appointed him Commander of the Order of the British Empire in 2001 and also conferred upon him a Chevalier in the French Legion of Honour.