Mother of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the United States (U.S. Secretary of State) Hillary Clinton, died on Tuesday. “Dorothy Howell Rodham, was born in Chicago June 4, 1919 and died on 1 November 2011 in Washington, United States, her family looked around her,” said the Clintons, as quoted by The Envoy, Wednesday (11/02/2011).
Previously, Dorothy Howell Rodham suffering from a disease and the Secretary of State Clinton was forced to postpone her departure to England and also Turkey. “Himself (Dorothy) is a remarkable woman who is generous and too strong. Dorothy also became an intellectual woman in a humorous figure.
A special friend, and a wife, mother and grandmother who is very loved,” said the grandson of Dorothy and also only daughter of U.S. Secretary of Chelsea Clinton. Dorothy Rodham is the daughter of a firefighter in Chicago, Edwin John Howell Jr.. and Della Murray. Edwin and Della couples divorced in 1927, and Dorothy was living with her grandfather at the Alhambra.
Dorothy finally graduated from Alhambra High School in 1937 and moved to Chicago after failing to meet her mother. In 1937, Dorothy met with Hugh Ellsworth Rodham, and they married in 1942. Dorothy and Hugh has three children, Hillary, Hugh and Tony Rodham. Hugh Ellsworth last breath in 1993.
At the 2008 U.S. Presidential election debates, Clinton emphasized that her mother is a source of inspiration. “I am indebted to my mother who never had the opportunity to sit in college because they have to bring up their children,” said Secretary of State Clinton on the U.S. presidential campaign