Jimmy Carter was the 39th President of the United States. He was known for his loyalty to public service and his unwavering support for peace and humanitarian causes. Now that he is 98 years old and nearing the end of his long and successful career, he faces his last days with the same grace and modesty that have been his trademarks.
Recently, the Carter Center made a solemn announcement that President Carter had chosen to stop getting medical care so that he could spend his last days at home with his family and get hospice care. This choice showed how much he cared about his family and how much he wanted to spend as much time as possible with them.
One of President Carter’s 22 grandchildren, Hugo Wentzel, gave an update on his grandfather’s health and gave more information about the former president’s situation. In a news conference, Jason Carter, the second grandchild, said that his grandfather’s health was “as good as it can be.”
Jason Carter called President Jimmy Carter and First Lady Rosalynn Carter his beloved grandparents. He said, “Right now, they’re just getting together with family, but they’re doing it in the best way possible: together at home.” Their love story has lasted for over 70 years, which shows how strong their bond is. In July, they will have been married for 77 years, which says a lot about how strong their marriage is.
Jason also said that his grandparents were counting on their strong faith to help them get through this hard time. He stressed that their faith was what kept them grounded and gave them peace and comfort as they faced what they knew was coming.
He also said that President Carter’s family was grateful for the love and support they had gotten from people all over the world during his health problems over the past few months. When they were in trouble, the Carters knew how much love and goodwill had been sent their way, which gave them peace.
Jimmy Carter’s life has been marked by his commitment to service, his belief in the power of diplomacy, and his loyalty to human rights. As the end of his amazing life draws near, he is surrounded by the love of his family and the deep gratitude of a world that continues to be moved by his legacy of kindness and honesty.