Mother of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton Dies at 92

By Karl Gotthardt– Politisite Canadian Politics and Military Affairs Editor

Dorothy Rodham, the mother of Secretary of State, Hillary Rodham Clinton passed away early Tuesday at the age of 92.  As Dorothy Rodham’s health took a turn for the worst, Hillary was required to cancel some of her international travel plans.  Clinton was planning to travel to London and Istanbul late Tuesday, but the trip was cancelled due to her mothers’ illness the State Department said.

Media Credit: My Conversation With Dorothy Clinton - Talk Left

Dorothy Rodham died shortly after midnight and was surrounded by her family.  Dorothy Clinton was born in Chicago on June 4th, 1914.  The family said in a short statement:

“Her story was a quintessentially American one, largely because she wrote it herself.  She overcame abandonment and hardship as a young girl to become the remarkable woman she was — a warm, generous and strong woman; an intellectual; a woman who told a great joke and always got the joke; an extraordinary friend and, most of all, a loving wife, mother and grandmother,”  said the statement.

The family plans a private celebration of Dorothy Rodham’s life and have asked that well-wishers send donations, in lieu of flowers,  to the George Washington Hospital, the Heifer Project — which seeks to end world hunger — or to charities for neglected and mistreated children.

Politisite sends its condolences and prayers to Hillary Clinton and family in their time of grief.



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Karl Gotthardt - Politisite Managing Editor Maj. Gotthardt is a Retired Military Officer with 35 years service in the Canadian Armed Forces. He spent most of his time in the Military in Infantry Battalions. Karl took part in training for Afghanistan as an Operator Analyst with the Canadian Maneouvre Training Centre. Karl is a qualified military parachutist and military free fall parachutist. He earned his U.S. Master Jump Wings in Fort Benning, Georgia. Karl enjoys working with horses for the last 24 year. He owns six. He has experience in breeding, training and of course riding.Karl was born in Germany and is fluent in both English and German and he speaks enough French to "get in trouble". Karl has written or writes at NowPublic, All Voices, Tek Journalism and many others.

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