He was hired in 1957 as a cleaner and retired during Barack Obama’s presidency as head of the White House Assistant Staff. Jerman, 91, ended up being beaten by a coroner.
There is a lot of talk these days about what’s going on in the White House, and especially about the controversial statements made by US government officials. However, the controversy erupted when all the last presidents were called upon to remember German, the hitherto infamous butler.
“He was the first person we saw in the morning when we woke up and the last one at night when we retired,” the couple said. George and Laura Bush. “With his direct character and care, Wilson German helped the White House consider the presidents’ families for decades,” said Michelle Obama, including her own family. Their grief was also expressed by the Hillary and Bill Clinton.
Jackie Kennedy was the first to notice him and promote him from a cleaner to a butler. “Her role was decisive in what happened next,” said his granddaughter. Jamit Garet, in an interview with Fox 5. Decades later, German appeared in a photo in her memoirs Michelle Obama entitled “Becoming: My Story”.
He resigned in 2012, when President Obama honored him with a series of commemorative plaques, one for each president he served. German is considered an important figure in the history of African Americans and their role in American politics.
Like other blacks of his generation, he served with dignity one of the few places available for his time, she said. Miss Mitchell of the University of Ohio and author of the book “From the huts of slaves to the White House.” In her view, she should be pleased to have completed her career in this way, especially alongside the first African-American president in the country’s history.
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