When Did George Bush Sr Die?

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George Bush Sr., a;so known as George H. W. Bush was the 41st President of the United States. He is the father of 43rd President George W. Bush and still very much alive. He was born on June 12, 1924 and is currently 86 years old.
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He did not. As of 12/25/2009, George Bush Sr. is still alive.
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George H.W. Bush is still alive! He was born in Milton, MA on June 12, 1924. He is now 85 years old.
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George H.W. Bush is six feet, two inches tall. He was the 41st president of the United
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He was praising his son Jeb Bush and as a proud dad he got choked up with emotions.give the proud old man a break .
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George Bush is alive.
George Bush was a former World War II pilot, Texas oil tycoon, Republican congressman, U.N. ambassador and Director of the Central Intelligence Agency before serving as vice president under Ronald Reagan. Promising a "kinder, gentler nation," Bu... More>>
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George Bush, Sr. has not died at all. Bush Sr. was President of the United States eight years before his son, George W. Bush, took office. There are many books written about both Sr. and Jr. if you are interested in learning more about either man.
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