George H.W. Bush Passed Away at Age 94


Dylan Marchese

On the night of November 30th, 41st President George H.W. Bush passed away. He was the oldest living president at the age of 94. He was a war hero, superior Vice President, and amazing President who served one term. He was an outstanding father and husband to his family.

When Bush was President, he ended the Cold War with Russia, pushed for reunification with Germany, and led the military out of a war in Kuwait against Iraqi forces. He also compromised with Congress on how to fix the national debt, which at the time was $2.8 trillion.

His legacy will continue on through his five living children and new Republican Party changes he made through his Presidency. He died in Houston, Texas and will lie beside his wife, Barbara and their daughter, Pauline.