Bill Clinton
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42nd President of the United States
In office January 20, 1993 – January 20, 2001
Vice President Al Gore
Preceded by George H. W. Bush
Succeeded by George W. Bush
40th and 42nd Governor of Arkansas
In office January 11, 1983 – December 12, 1992
Lieutenant
Preceded by Frank D. White
Succeeded by Jim Guy Tucker
In office January 9, 1979 – January 19, 1981
Lieutenant Joe Purcell
Preceded by Joe Purcell (Acting)
Succeeded by Frank D. White
50th Attorney General of Arkansas
In office January 3, 1977 – January 9, 1979
Governor
Preceded by Jim Guy Tucker
Succeeded by Steve Clark
Personal details
Born William Jefferson Blythe III(1946-08-19) August 19, 1946 (age 70)Hope, Arkansas, U.S.
Political party Democratic
Spouse(s) Hillary Rodham (m. 1975)
Children Chelsea
Parents
Education Georgetown University (BS)University College, OxfordYale University (JD)
Signature Cursive signature of Bill Clinton in ink

Sister Catherine Pinkerton, SJA


Dear Mr. Clinton,
I am saddened to send my final message to you and yours. I have sent so many letters and emails and find it hard to believe you could not respond to one. You see, our class graduated 42 years ago from St. Joseph Academy here in Cleveland, OH. Sr. Catherine Pinkerton was our Principal. We just recently caught up with Sr. Catherine. As our class left to proceed with our lives and professional careers, Sr. Catherine, left for politics and the arena of Washington D.C. We had her for four years. You for decades.
She speaks so highly of you and your family. Yet, here is that Women ninety-two years old. She feels alone, unloved and forgotten. That was why I asked that you and yours send a special Holiday Greeting to Sister for our Gathering with her on December 16th. My child-like belief in Christmas Miracles and Magic apparently has fallen on deaf or unaware ears. If the later, I am sorry.
The world is in chaos, our Country gripping onto belief and families tearing apart at the seams. We are all frightened.
However, it is difficult to believe that one person cannot take five minutes to send a Holiday Message via CD or computer to a Women of Wisdom, insight and courage. Sister speaks of you and yours with affection. I really believed you would come through for us. Not to worry the class of 1973 has taken Sister under our wings. Our four years with her did make a difference. I thought all the years with the democrats would have made even a larger difference as she spent so much time making a difference in the world of politics. I am always reminded what my Grandmother said," Once you leave a place, another will be there to take your place." I always tried to prove her wrong, by making a difference with the students' I taught. Merry Christmas.
Sincerely
Mary Therese McNeeley
(Terry)

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