Former US first lady Barbara Bush has left the world at age of 92, was the matriarchal figure of a political dynasty, and contained two president of United States of America as son George W Bush and her husband George HW Bush and son George W Bush.
Barbara had been called “The Silver Fox” by her children and husband, became first lady from 1989 to 1993, had been suffering from bad health for some time and rejected more medical care.
She was the wife of George H. W. Bush who remained the longest-lived US president of the nation, while elected in 2000 and served United States for two terms as 43rd president of the country.
Barbara was mother of the 43rd, George W Bush and of the 41st president, George HW Bush, earned massive attention for her snow-white hair and for being violently caring of her family.
On April 15, her family had declared in former statement that she was facing bad health and had been avoiding more medical treatment and rather than would pay attention on “comfort care.”
She had been reportedly undergoing congestive heart problems and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease before her death. Barbara became first lady at what time her husband was in the White House from 1989 to 1993.
However, Republican George Walker Bush was victor in the disputed 2000 US election, and remained president from 2001 to 2009, and both son and husband were also referred to as “Bush 41” and “Bush 43.”
Barbara Pierce was born on 8 June, 1925 in Manhattan, while achieved graduation degree from Ashley Hall School in Charleston, South Carolina. She and George Herbert Walker Bush met each other when Barbara was just 16-year-old, and married in Rye, New York, in 1945.