George W. Bush

Early Life and Family

Did he have any siblings?

Yes, George W. Bush had five siblings, four of whom are still living. A sister died from leukemia at age three in 1953. His four living siblings are Jeb, Neil, Marvin, and Dorothy. John E. “Jeb” became governor of Florida, Neil became an oil executive, Marvin became an investment consultant, and Dorothy became a successful businesswoman.

From 1968 to 1972, President Bush served in the National Guard, where he trained as an F-102 pilot and achieved the rank of first lieutenant.


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