Fourteen Great Moments
from George H.W. Bush’s Funeral

Printed from: https://newbostonpost.com/2018/12/05/fourteen-great-moments-from-george-h-w-bushs-funeral/

Former President George Herbert Walker Bush’s state funeral service took place Wednesday, December 5 at Washington National Cathedral.

The Episcopal service overflowed with grandeur, spectacle, music, eloquence, and emotion.

“My Lord, that was a beautiful two and a half hours.  You feel richer in your soul for having seen it,” said Chris Wallace on Fox News Channel afterward.

If you didn’t see it live, and if you’ve got time, it’s worth watching in full.

If not, here are 14 moments to experience:

14.
The Time George H.W. Bush Asked For A Vote He Probably Couldn’t Get

13.
Bushisms

12.
“The King of Love My Shepherd Is”

11.
When The President Was A Stenographer

10.
Throwing A Lifeline To A Friend

9.
Finally Defining the Difference Between ‘Vace’ and ‘Vahhzz’

8.
Humility Street, D.C.

7.
Parachuting At Age 90 … And Why He Picked That Spot

6.
Who He Was

5.
CAVU

4.
The Leukemia Dad

3.
Jim Baker and the President’s Feet

2.
Anti-Materialist, and Filial Love (A Little Hard To Watch … But Worth It)

1.
Fatherhood … and The Very End

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