George W. Bush was the forty-third president of the United States, born to America’s forty-first president George Bush and raised in New Haven, Connecticut then moved to Midland, Texas where he spent his early years. He has five siblings, including his sister Pauline who died from leukemia at the age of four. After graduation from Philips Academy in Massachusetts, he attended Yale University, were he earned a bachelor’s degree in history. Upon completing school, he joined the Air National Guard, until being discharged in November 1974. After discharge, George W. Bush then attended graduate school, completing a master’s degree in business administration from Harvard University.
George is the oldest of six kids. The six includes his sister Robin from leukemia when George was just seven. (Wade, 1999) In high school George W Bush attended Phillips Academy , a boarding school in Massachusetts. George’s father had attended the same high school. Onward he went to attend the same University that his father attended.
Luckily for president Bush, the grenade did not go off and he survived. During Bush’s second he introduced the Immigration Reform of 2012 which was put into act making strict rules on newly found immigrants (Weisenburg, 2008). Bush served a double term of presidency from 2001-2009. Near the conclusion of Bush’s career, he gave his final address to the nation in 2009, explaining his future plans and extensively informing citizens on how he saw the country would be in the proceeding
Eisenhower attended Abilene High School until he graduated in 1909. For the next two years after his graduation, he worked at a creamery with his uncle and his father to help pay for his brother’s college tuition. In 1911, he was admitted into the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. Throughout high school and college, Eisenhower enjoyed participating in various sports, but academically, he was average. After graduating in 1915, he became second lieutenant at Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio, Texas, where he met his wife, Mamie Doud.
Bill Clinton Born on Aug. 19, 1946, in Hope, Ark., William (Bill) Jefferson Blythe IV grew up in a troubled home. His father had died in an automobile accident three months before his son's birth, and his mother later was forced to leave her two-year-old son with his grandparents when she moved to New Orleans to pursue her nursing studies. The family settled in Hot Springs, Ark., after his mother married Roger Clinton, whose surname Bill later adopted. As a young man, Bill was determined to succeed and frequently earned academic honors, including selection as a delegate to the American Legion Boy's Nation program in Washington, D.C., where the 16-year-old Clinton met Pres. John F. Kennedy and determined to embark on a political career.
On June 26, 1953 he married his wife Mary E, Pennington a fine arts major from Radcliffe, she was two years older than John Updike. In 1954 he wrote his senior paper on Robert Herrick, who was a 17th century poet. That summer he graduated from Harvard summa cum laude (Yerkes, James 4/2/00). The next fall John Updike moves to England on a Knox Fellowship where he enrolled in the fine arts at Oxford. At Oxford he met Katharine White and she offers him a job on the staff of The New Yorker.
My dad’s parents then had my Uncle David in 1960, he recently passed away a few months ago from cancer. He was married twice and have two children from his first marriage. He gave birth to a baby girl names Jessica who is 22 years old and a boy names Wyatt who is 20 years old. But recently I found out
In 1972 Bush entered Harvard Business School, earning his M.B.A. in 1975. In 1977 he married Laura Welch, a former teacher and librarian, and in 1980 she gave birth to their twin daughters, Barbara and Jenna. Shortly after his 40th birthday in July ‘86 Bush reached a turning point in his personal and professional life.
A few months later for his eleventh birthday, Elvis’s mom bought him a gift that would forever change history (www.history.com). It was a guitar that she purchased from the Tupelo Hardware Store for $6.95 because it was all that they could afford. Two years later, in search of a better life, the Presley family packed up everything they owned and moved to Memphis, Tennessee. Elvis attended L.C. Humes High School and graduated on June 3, 1953.
George started presidency fairly young, he was voted class president in 7th grade. Once finished high school George chose to take after his father, he decided to go to Harvard & get his master of business administration. He also graduated from Yale to top it off! Later in his years when he was 31 years of age, he met his wife Laura Welch, within only 3 months of knowing each other they were married. Laura is said to be “the best first lady” due to her elegance & how she always kept herself in the best possible manner.