Facts About George H. W. Bush
|Presidency||George H. W. Bush, 41stPresident of United States, (20 January 1989 – 20 January 1993)|
|Political Party||Republican party|
|Born||12 June 1924, Milton, Massachusetts, United States|
|Died||30 November 2018, Houston, Texas, United States|
|Cause of Death||Parkinson’s disease|
|Grave||George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum, College Station, Texas, United States|
|Parents||Prescott Bush > Dorothy Walker Bush|
|Spouse||Barbara Bush (m.1945-2018)|
|Children’s||George W. Bush > Jeb Bush > Pauline Robinson Bush > Dorothy Bush Koch > Neil Bush > Marvin Bush|
More About George H. W. Bush
- George H. W. Bush begins his career in 1948 working in the oil industry in Texas.
- George H. W. Bush was the captain of his high school soccer team.
- George Bush at one time, he was the youngest naval aviator in the history of US navy.
- George H. W. Bush flew 58 combat missions, and was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross, Three Air Medals, and a Presidential Unit Citation.
- Bush was the captain of the Yale Baseball team and played in the first two college World Series.
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