Julius worked as Chief Clinical Chemist at Bellevue Hospital, NYC. As a TecNica Volunteer, he worked as a chemist in Managua.
After he retired, he enjoyed twenty years of the good life; gardening; amateur wine and beer making; stained glass and metal sculpturing; transcontinental grandparenting; serious birding; world traveling and working for social justice.
He is survived by his wife Elaine of 54 years; his daughter Marina Lugovoy Scofi of Teaneck, and daughter June Lugovoy and her husband Michael Flynn of Los Gatos, California, and grandchildren Alex Scofi, Neil and Natalie Lugovoy-Flynn; and his sister Nina Lugovoy Libove and her husband Charles Libove of Manhattan.
A memorial service was be held on Sunday, March 11, 2007, at Volk-Leber Funeral Home, 789 Teaneck Road, Teaneck NJ 201836-0202. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Teaneck Creek Conservancy, teaneckcreek.org
He contributed an audio interview in the TecNica video, TecNica at Work.