Former first lady Nancy Reagan has died at the age of 94. President Ronald Reagan died in 2004. Best wishes to the family.
Yesterday, former President George H W Bush suffered a fall in his summer home in Maine and remains hospitalized. He broke a neck vertebrae, according to family spokesman Jim McGrath.
Best wishes to him and his family. He turned 91 in June and until now has remained very active.
Former first lady Barbara Bush has been hospitalized in Houston for treatment of a “respiratory-related issue.” Best wishes to her and her family.
Former President Bush was hospitalized yesterday to have a stent placed to open a blocked artery. He should return to his normal schedule by tomorrow. Best wishes to him and his family.
Long-time White House press corps fixture Helen Thomas died the other day at the age of 92. She served UPI and other news organizations for decades, from 1961 to 2010. Best wishes to her family and friends.
The New York Times reports that one-time White House chief user Rex Scouten has died. He was 88 and suffered complications after hip surgery. Our best wishes go out to his friends and family.
Scouten served 10 presidents, from Truman to Clinton not only as chief usher from 1969 to 1986 but also previously as a Secret Service agent and afterward as curator. Scouten never wrote a book or otherwise published any memoirs.
Hillary Clinton has gone into the hospital with a blood clot in her head which is fairly serious. It’s presumed to be the result of a fall she took while fighting off a virus.
Best wishes to her and her family for a full and speedy recovery.