While the Most Rev. Michael B. Curry ’75, the 27th Presiding Bishop and Primate of The Episcopal Church, officiated the funeral services of President George H.W. Bush, the Colleges’ community commemorated the late president on campus with flags lowered at half-staff.
During his remembrance of Bush’s life, Curry noted that “through his enduring commitment to public service and his steadfast devotion to his family, he lived the way of Jesus through a life shaped by faith, hope and, above all, love. Through his unswerving service to our country and to the human community around the globe, he embodied the noblest ideals of his faith and his country.”
In 1990, the Hobart lacrosse team travelled to the White House to meet President Bush after winning that year’s national DIII championship. Hobart Assistant Dean David Mapstone ’93, P’21, who played on that team and met Bush that year, will discuss that day with Ted Baker on Finger Lakes Radio on Thursday, Dec. 6 at 6:50 a.m. The interview will air on 1240 WGVA, 95.9 FM and WAUB 1590.
Soon after the Colleges’ 1991 Commencement, Susan Weingram Mallory ’91, John Monahan ’91 and Natalie Soulier Webster ’91 joined the Office of Media Affairs as interns, earning valuable career experience in President Bush’s White House.