Everyone around the world is remembering our 41st President of the United States, George H.W. Bush. He was an influential man to most including a former secret service here in Lubbock.
The funeral for President George H.W. Bush was an emotional time for those involved, but also had moments of humor.
Bush's casket and the family will arrive at the cathedral just before 11 a.m. EST Wednesday, when the service is expected to begin.
The pup traveled to Washington with the funeral retinue.
In November 1943, the sky was humming above Charlestown, Rhode Island. The Navy built three new runways, and brought in dozens of Avenger planes in just one year.
A train with a locomotive honoring 41st President George H.W. Bush’s legacy will transport Bush from the Houston area to College Station, where he will be buried alongside his wife and daughter.
Livestream video of George HW Bush arriving at the Capitol and lying in state.
Sent off from his beloved Texas with a 21-gun salute, Bush's casket was carried to Andrews Air Force Base outside the capital city aboard an aircraft that often serves as Air Force One.
Beyond policy, those who knew Bush say he will always be remembered as a family man.
Bush's spokesman tweeted a picture of the socks, along with a mention of the USS George H.W. Bush, the aircraft carrier named after the former president.