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She had met George Herbert Walker Bush at age 16, while at a Christmastime dance at the Round Hill Country Club in Greenwich, Connecticut. Bush said the marriage has endured because of the couple's love for each other."I am still old and still in love with the man I married 72 years ago," she said in the interview published in "Smith Alumnae Quarterly" earlier this month. He quit his job as an oil executive in Houston to relocate the family to Washington, D. Her crusade against illiteracy and learning disabilities stemmed from her tireless efforts with her son Neil's dyslexia."George Bush and I know the frustration of living with an undiagnosed or untreated learning problem, and we know the great joy and relief that comes when help is finally found," she wrote in a 1989 edition of "Their World," a publication of the National Center for Learning Disabilities.
The pair were immediately attracted to each other and began exchanging letters, even as Mr. Bush left to fly in World War II, and they wed Jan. George Bush has given me the world," she also said in the magazine. Bush gave birth to their first child, future President George Walker Bush, on July 6, 1946, in New Haven, Connecticut. "I foresee the day when no American -- neither child nor adult -- will ever need to be limited on learning."Always standing proudly beside the president, Mrs.
Bush completed his training to become the then-youngest pilot in the Navy. "He is the best -- thoughtful and loving."" data-reactid="56"PHOTO: Former First Lady Barbara Bush is interviewed for 'The Presidents' Gatekeepers' project about the White House Chiefs of Staff at the Bush Library, Oct. As the family moved about in Texas and California, the couple had five more children, who would eventually deliver the Bushes more than a dozen grandkids. Bush took great joy in her family and told Barbara Walters in 1994, "If you opt to have children, I feel very strongly that they should be your top priority."The family was dealt a blow in October 1953, when daughter Pauline Robinson “Robin” Bush died of leukemia at age 3."Because of Robin, George and I love every living human more," said Mrs. Bush maintained high popularity -- partly, she once said, "'Cause I'm fat and old and nobody feels threatened by me."In 1990, Mrs.
Bush, who became increasingly active in cancer research -- notably, the Leukemia Society of America -- following her daughter's death. Bush penned "Millie's Book", a best-seller attributed to the family's springer spaniel, Millie. Fred's Story", about the family's pampered cocker spaniel.
She graduated high school from the all-girls private Ashley Hall boarding school in Charleston, South Carolina, in the early 1940s and enrolled in Smith College, a women's college in Northampton, Massachusetts. Bush became captain of the freshman soccer team, but she dropped out of college in 1945 at the beginning of her sophomore year. PHOTO: Former First Lady Barbara Bush is interviewed for 'The Presidents' Gatekeepers' project about the White House Chiefs of Staff at the Bush Library, Oct. Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy, which supported existing literacy programs to boost participant retention." data-reactid="89"As first lady, Mrs.
She later admitted that she was more interested in her future husband than in her studies. Bush celebrated their 73rd wedding anniversary on Jan. Bush said the marriage has endured because of the couple's love for each other." data-reactid="54"In an alumni magazine from Smith College, Mrs. Bush pursued a passion to fight literacy and in 1989 formed the Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy, which supported existing literacy programs to boost participant retention. Bush believed that tackling illiteracy would also solve social issues that went unaddressed, such as AIDS, homelessness and teenage pregnancy.
She was 92."A former first lady of the United States of America and relentless proponent of family literacy, Barbara Pierce Bush passed away Tuesday, April 17, 2018, at the age of 92," reads a statement from the office of former President George H. "He held her hand all day today and was at her side when she left this good earth."While it's a "challenging time ... Martin’s Church in Houston, where she and the former president have been devoted members for decades."She is surrounded by a family she adores and appreciates the many kind messages and especially the prayers she is receiving."In January 2017, Mrs. Bush, the 43rd president of the United States, and Jeb Bush, the former governor of Florida who ran for president of the United States in 2016. Bush, the mother of six children, was a champion for global literacy and continued the work after she and her husband left the White House.Bush and her husband were hospitalized at the same time. Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy, which encourages parents to read to their children." data-reactid="29"In 1989, she formed the Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy, which encourages parents to read to their children."Literacy fits in with so many other things," she once told The Chicago Tribune.She was being treated for bronchitis and the nation's 41st president was being treated for pneumonia. Bush is one of only two first ladies in the history of the country who is also the mother of a president. "If more people could read, fewer people would have AIDS. I'm absolutely convinced of that."PHOTO: President George Bush and First Lady Barbara attend the 1992 Republican National Convention in Houston, Texas.Abigail Adams, the wife of John Adams, a founding father of the nation and its second president, was the mother of John Quincy Adams, the sixth U. Bush, the GOP nominee for president, lost his second bid for office to democrat Bill Clinton.