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91 Years old Butler who Fed 11 American Presidents Dies of Coronavirus

Wilson Roosevelt Jerman is one of the longest-serving employes of White House who served eleven presidents as a butler, cleaner, and doorman since 1957, has died. Fox 5 DC reported that he has died of coronavirus.

He joined White House in 1957 when Dwight D. Eisenhower was president. He held jobs there first as a housekeeper afterward a doorman, and butler. Jamila Garrett is the oldest granddaughter of Wilson Roosevelt Jerman who told Fox 5 that he served as a cleaner during the Eisenhower administration.

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Garret says that Jacqueline Kennedy was the first lady who elevated his grandfather as a butler in the White House during her administration. She said, “She was instrumental in ensuring that that happened.”

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The White House Historical Association reported that the White House spanned many years of changes, as security endeavors increased and sixteen hundred Pennsylvania Ave. evolved from an official living arrangement into a significant catering facility.

His granddaughter, Shanta Taylor Gay says, “He was authentic. He was a quiet but stern man. Very giving, never fussed or complained. Always said he lived a blessed life.”

Gay tells that Jerman initially resigned from the White House in 1997 however returned to the White House in 2003. He went out in 2012 as maître d’ under then-President Barack Obama.

Near to the end of his profession, he ventured into a part-time role. He was one of the White House’s longest-serving employees of the White House.

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Some portion of his life span there, serving at the pleasure of presidents from both ideological groups, may have been his propensity for keeping mum about his activity outside of the work environment.

He told Vanity Fair in 2017, “There would be too many questions asked. You see, you never see. You hear, you never hear. And you don’t know anything.”

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Gay tells that her grandfather, Wilson Roosevelt Jerman suffered a stroke in 2011, and Obama helped with ensuring he was taken care of while in the hospital, even sending flowers. Toward the end of his vocation, Obama honored Jerman for his over 50 years of administration with a plaque and a coin to represent to every President he served.