George H. W. Bush Sets Record As The Longest-Living United States Of America President

Date November 30, 2017 12:11

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George H.W. Bush is officially the longest-living United States of America president at the age of 93 years and 166 days. He surpassed former president Gerald Ford, who lived to be 93 years and 165 days before his passing in 2006.  

George H. W. Bush - Politician

George Herbert Walker Bush served as the 41st President of the United States of America between the years 1989 to 1993. He is a member of the Republican Party and prior to becoming president, he served in several official functions as member of the United States House of Representatives, Ambassador to the United Nations, Chair of the Republican National Committee, and Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). He also served as the 43rd vice president to president Ronald Reagan between 1981 to 1989. He left office as the head of the country in 1993 after being defeated by former president Bill Clinton.

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George H. W. Bush's Family

George H. W. Bush has been married to Barbara Bush for over 72 years, and they have six children. Their children include George Walker Bush who was also the 43rd United States President between 2001 and 2009; Jeb Bush who was the former governor of Florida between 1999 and 2007; Neil Bush who is an investor and business man; Marvin Bush who is a business man; Dorothy Bush who is a philanthropist. Their daughter Robin passed on in 1953.

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George H. W. Bush is a great personality and family man,with a great legacy as a president and as a statesman. He spends his time undertaking charitable endeavors which included raising funds for hurricane victims and spending time with his family.

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