Gerald Ford Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Gerald Ford Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other


This Biography is about one of the best President of the USA Gerald Ford including his Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of Gerald Ford
Real Name Gerald Ford
Profession Political Leaders, Presidents
Nick Name Gerald Rudolph Ford, Gerald R. Ford, Leslie Lynch King, Jr., Congressman Gerald Ford, President Gerald Ford, President Gerald R. Ford, Gerald Rudolph
Famous as President of the USA
Nationality American
Religion Episcopalian, Protestantism
Political Ideology Political party – Republican
Personal life of Gerald Ford
Born on 14 July 1913
Birthday 14th July
Died At Age 93
Sun Sign Cancer
Born in Omaha
Died on 26 December 2006
Place of death Rancho Mirage
Ideology Republicans
Family Background of Gerald Ford
Father Leslie Lynch King, Sr.
Mother Dorothy Ayer Gardner Ford
Siblings James Francis Ford, Patricia Jane King, Leslie Henry King, Marjorie King, Richard Addison Ford, Thomas Gardner Ford
Spouse/Partner Betty Ford
Children Michael Gerald Ford, John Gardner Ford, Steven Ford, Susan Ford
Education 1935 – University of Michigan, 1941 – Yale Law School, 1937 – University of Michigan Law School, Yale University
Awards 1999 – Presidential Medal of Freedom

1985 – Old Tom Morris Award

2001 – Profile in Courage Award

1970 – Distinguished Eagle Scout Award

1977 – Francis Boyer Award

Personal Fact of Gerald Ford

Gerald Rudolph Ford Jr. was the 38th President of the United States who served from 1974 to 1977. Prior to becoming the president he was the Vice President serving under President Richard Nixon. He became the president following Nixon’s resignation in 1974 following investigations into Nixon’s involvement in the Watergate scandal. Ford inherited a government mired in controversies and came to the helm as the President at period of great political turmoil.

The United States was going through a period of skyrocketing inflation and recession in the 1970s and the American economy was at a low. One of the immediate actions he took upon assuming office was to create the Economic Policy Board by Executive Order in order to control the inflation and set the pace for economic growth. He also took steps to control the rising rate of unemployment which had reached nine percent by 1975.

He was not too keen to run for the office in 1976 though he reluctantly agreed. He was defeated by former governor of Georgia, Jimmy Carter, in the presidential election and stepped down from office in 1977 after having served an 895-day presidency. He remained active in politics for long after stepping down from presidency. Ford lived longer than any other U.S. president, dying at the age of 93 years and 165 days


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