Reflections on Barbara Bush

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Reflections on Barbara Bush

por Philip F. Jacobus, CEO | April 18, 2018
In my opinion, Barbara Bush was a really classy lady. I was sorry to learn about her passing.

Barbara and of course her husband, George, were two people that I had a lot of respect for. They grew up in a different time. George was a World War II veteran and pilot, and the two of them were married at the end of the war.

They moved from the northeast to Texas, shortly after being married. A little risky, and a little gutsy.

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George W. was born and went on to be come President, but his younger sister died at age 4. She died of cancer, might I add. Something I hope we are able to eradicate.

If you remember, her husband George was vice president under Ronald Reagan, which made her the second lady. Then later, she became the first lady.

Illiteracy was her pet peeve and she raised millions for that cause.

She never took herself too seriously and was humble, even if she was strong.

She was a great role model.

She will be missed.

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About Phil Jacobus

Phil Jacobus has been involved in health care since 1977, when he visited China to sell equipment. He has done business in 35 countries and still travels extensively. Phil is active in charity, helps rural clinics and always tries to help DOTmed users when he can.

Phil is a member of AHRA, HFMA, AAMI and the Cryogenic Society of America. He has contributed to a number of magazines and journals and has addressed trade groups.

Phil's proudest achievement is that he has been happily married to his wife Barbara since 1989, who helped him found DOTmed in 1998.

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