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Julie Pomilia, granddaughter of Roy Rogers and Dale Evans, is the youngest daughter of Tom Fox, Dale’s only biological son.
She has appeared on TV multiple times, with her famous grandparents on variety shows, commercials, and Christian broadcasts. She has performed at The Grand Ole Opry, Carnegie Hall, and multiple Western Festivals around the country, often teaming up with Roy Rogers Jr. and the Sons of the Pioneers, the group her grandfather began back in 1933. She is often seen riding her palomino horse in the Pasadena Tournament of Roses Parade.
Julie has taught elementary school for over 30 years, working as a calligrapher on the side. Together, with her husband Gino, they have six grown children, 3 grandchildren. They live on the Nevada side of Lake Tahoe Basin with their two palomino horses, pony, miniature donkey and four border collies.
“Growing up in the multi-cultural Rogers’ brood, you were either adopted, fostered, a descendent of Roy, or of Dale,” she says. “So we had very loud, diverse, and lively holidays when we all got together at their ranch in Chatsworth, CA. It was such fun. Grandma and Grandpa, though insanely busy, never missed a birthday or a school play. They instilled in us, the same kindness, faith, and integrity, they showed to the world on the big screen. I couldn’t have asked for better grandparents.”