National Museum of Funeral History presents George H.W. Bush Memorial Exhibit
The National Museum of Funeral History will unveil the George H.W. Bush Memorial Exhibit, "Honoring the 41st President of the United States." The exhibit will focus on the lives of George and Barbara Bush, along with their funeral services as well as the now famous “4141” funeral train.
The exhibit includes many items such as the memorial folders and tribute cards from Washington, D.C. and Houston. The permanent exhibit also includes vestments worn by Rev. Dr. Russell J. Levenson, Jr. and the uniform of Navy Capt. Judy T. Malana, U.S. Navy Chaplain, both who presided at the funeral. More items to note are a copy of the script read by his granddaughters at the funeral, the presidential seal on the funeral train and the Union Pacific uniform worn by the train’s engineer, June Nobles.