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'Hightest Character': George W. Bush Pays Touching Tribute To His Late Father, George H.W. Bush

Date December 3, 2018

Great people shape the reality of a nation. Their loss is the heaviest burden to a country. Such is the case with the death of the 41st U.S president, George H.W. Bush, who will be missed and remembered around the globe. Here's the proof!

According to reporting from CNN, President Bush sadly passed away on November 30, 2018, at the age of 94. Former President George W. Bush announced and confirmed his father's passing at their home in Houston. His death stemmed from natural causes.

'Hightest Character': George W. Bush Pays Touching Tribute To His Late Father, George H.W. Bushgettyimages

His diligent son, who was also born into privilege and a tradition of service to the American people, had a heavy heart.

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He paid touching tribute to his father

Following George H.W. Bush's demise, his son was humbled by people sending their concerned prayers and condolences. Mr. Bush gave a statement to thank them and honor his prestigious father in a thoughtful tribute. He mentioned him as:

He was the man of highest character and the best dad a son or daughter could ever ask for.

In his short dedication, he summed up Bush 41's entire legacy of nobility. He was, indeed, a man of principle and pure supremacy. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Many people followed his lead

Social media users proved that George H.W. Bush was a name that rang beyond his family. He had touched many lives by creating a global wave of change. 

Share this and let us know which of his contributions to the world you will miss the most!

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