George H.W Bush: Remembering 41

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George H.W Bush: Remembering 41

Emma Roberts, Staff

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George H.W Bush, the 41st president, has recently passed away from old age. He was one of the most unique presidents in United States history. At the age of 18 he was a Navy pilot who would fly 58 missions, and would be given 3 Air medals. He was educated at Yale, and was the captain of the college’s baseball team.

Bush was the second president in history to have a son who was also president (after Adams). When Bush senior was president his springer spaniel had her own room in the White House. Not to mention he was a daredevil, skydiving for 4 of his birthdays all before he was 90. Bush was truly extraordinary; not just a president, but also as a roll model for the entire country. His memory will live on throughout the years.

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