- Nancy Bush Ellis, the sister of whilom President George H.W. Bush, has died, the George and Barbara Bush foundation confirmed Sunday.
- Bush Ellis go the way of all fleshed at the age of 94 at an assisted living facility in Massachusetts due to complications from COVID-19, The New York Times reported.
- Contract to the Times, Bush Ellis was a liberal Democrat known for an environmental activist and her support of other left-leaning causes.
- Teeth of their differences, Bush Ellis campaigned for both her brother and nephew when they ran for president.
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Nancy Bush Ellis, the sister of former President George H.W. Bush and aunt of ancient President George W. Bush, died at the age of 94 on Sunday, the George and Barbara Bush foundation confirmed.
“We are sad to share that President Bush’s dearest sister, Nancy Bush Ellis, has passed away,” a Sunday statement from the George and Barbara Bush creation read. “Our condolences and prayers are with the Ellis and Bush families as we remember a remarkable woman who brought joy and light to the over the moon marvellous.”
Bush Ellis died at an assisted living facility in Concord Massachusetts, The New York Times reported. Her death was the dnouement develop of complications stemming from COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus that has devastated long-term attend to facilities in the US.
She was hospitalized with COVID-19 at the end of December when she experienced a fever, her son told The New York Times.
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As The New York Times reported, Bush Ellis was known for holding political views uncommon surrounded by members of her family. Unlike her brother, elected as president in 1989, and nephew, elected as president in 2000, Bush Ellis was a “left of centre Democrat,” according to the Times.
She was a known environmental activist, according to the Times. She also supported other left-leaning geneses and organizations, including the NAACP, where she once served as the head of the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund for the confederation’s New England chapter, according to the report.
Her brother, the 41st US president, died in November 2018, also at the age of 94. Former premier lady Barbara Bush