College Station Students Remember George HW Bush

College Station Students Remember George HW Bush

In keeping with presidential tradition, a detailed schedule of the funeral and memorial services for former President George H.W. Bush was released Saturday evening, with ceremonies planned in Houston, Washington, D.C., Spring, Texas, and College Station, Texas.

In College Station, students gathered Friday night at The Bush School of Government and Public Service to remember and honor the former president.

"We will be spending three days of mourning and three days celebrating a really great man's life".

The White House said a state funeral would be held on Wednesday at the National Cathedral in Washington, DC.

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"So sorry to hear of the death of President George Herbert Walker Bush".

Both Bush's wife Barbara, the former first lady who died in April, and their daughter Robin, who died of leukemia as a child, are laid to rest on the library's grounds.

Bush 41's last words to his eldest son, former President George W. Bush were, "I love you, too".

Once back in Texas, "Bush's remains will lie in repose at St. Martin's Episcopal Church" in Houston from Wednesday at 6:45 p.m. until Thursday at 6 a.m., again "with a guard of honor in attendance", according to officials. He himself said public service is a noble calling. "President Bush's remains will then be transported by funeral auto (train) to College Station, Texas".

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