January 11th – The George and Barbara Bush Foundation of the United States confirmed that Nancy Bush Ellis, the sister of former President Bush Sr. Bush and his aunt, died of complications of COVID-19 on Sunday (10th) local time, 9 years old. 4 years old.
“We regret the passing of President Bush’s beloved sister Nancy Bush, and we express our condolences and prayers to Ellis and the Bush family, and to remember this remarkable woman who brought joy and light to the world,” the George and Barbara Bush Foundation said in a statement Sunday.
Bush Ellis died in an auxiliary medical facility in Concord, Massachusetts, as a result of complications from COVID-19, the New York Times reported.
Bush Ellis’ son told The New York Times that she contracted the coronavirus in late December 2020, and then went to hospital with a fever.
The New York Times reported that Bush Ellis is famous for his rare political views among family members.
But unlike her brother Bush Sr. and nephew Bush, Bush Ellis belongs to the “Liberal Democratic Party”.
Despite political differences, Ellis assisted his brother and nephew in the election process of his mother’s election.
Bush Ellis’ brother, the 41st President of the United States, died in November 2018 at the age of 94.
Barbara Bush Bush, the sister-in-law of Bush Ellis and former “First Lady” of the United States, died in April 2018 at the age of 92.