Industry Remembers Barbara Bush, Popularizer of Pearls

From The Vault: Barbara Bush attacked Bill Clinton during 1992 campaign interview with WCPO
Industry Remembers Barbara Bush, Popularizer of Pearls
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19 April, 2018

Mrs. Bush died Tuesday evening in her home in Houston at the age of 92.

Another worthy note about Barbara Bush has to do with her marriage to former President George Bush. We'll always be grateful to Mrs.

"I have climbed perhaps the highest mountain in the world, but even that can not hold a candle to being Barbara's husband", he also said.

The American Jewish Committee tweeted, "As First Lady and throughout her life, Barbara Bush embodied patriotism, sacrifice and a commitment to the betterment of others".

"I'm so blessed to be her son", Jeb Bush said in Chicago Wednesday.

She was one of only two first ladies to also be the mother of a president.

First Lady Melania Trump will be present to pay her respects at the funeral of former first lady Barbara Bush.

"Barbara Bush was a nasty drunk".

We extend our honest sympathies to the Bush family.

"He knew how hard this was for the Bush family", said Graham, but Bush knew his father wasn't there to support a politician, but the presidency.

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Bush concluded, "Your words speak eloquently of your love for your child and your compassion for all gay Americans and their families". Bush said in a 1992 television interview.

The ex-president, who is 93 and has been in ill health in recent years, is "determined to be there" for his family while in mourning, Becker added.

The publisher's daughter and oilman's wife could be caustic in private, but her public image was that of a self-sacrificing, supportive spouse who referred to her husband as her "hero".

"Amongst her greatest achievements was recognizing the importance of literacy as a fundamental family value that requires nurturing and protection", Trump said.

Bush served her country for a number of years, meeting with dignitaries and celebrities to help bring change across the globe.

"One of the common myths about palliative care is that they are being denied medical help", Warraich said.

In a collection of letters published in 1999, George H.W. Bush included a note he gave to his wife in early 1994.

She was born Barbara Pierce on June 8, 1925, in New York City. "It's great." "They're wonderful people", said state Rep. Carol eleven, a Republican from Chelmsford, who recalled a trip to the couple's Kennebunkport, Maine, summer home during the campaign in 1988.

"Both of them taught in our Sunday school program".

Bush, who will turn 77 next week, said he is "more interested in fishing with my granddads than the earned-income tax credit or these kinds of issues." . She was also an advocate for a female president and firmly believed that one day there will be a woman president.


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