George HW Bush's service dog Sully pays touching last tribute

Godofredo A. Vasquez  Houston Chronicle via AP

Godofredo A. Vasquez Houston Chronicle via AP

President George H.W. Bush's loyal companion remained by his side Sunday night - his service dog, Sully, keeping watch until the very end. and beyond.

He became such a beloved part of Bush's life that Bush even had socks with Sully's face on them as part of his colorful sock collection.

The Supreme Court is delaying arguments by a day while a national day of mourning is held for former President George H.W. Bush.

The Bush family's post-White House spokesman Jim McGrath shared the photo on Twitter Sunday with the hashtag #remembering41.

David J. Phillip Pool  AP
David J. Phillip Pool AP

Four days of events for Bush, who died Friday at age 94, include a state funeral at Washington's National Cathedral and a private service at his longtime church in Houston.

Wednesday, Dec. 5, 11 a.m.

Thursday, Dec. 6, 4:45 p.m. The remains will be transported by funeral vehicle (train) to College Station. The train will take about 2½ hours to travel roughly 70 miles (113 kilometers) to the city of College Station, home to Bush's presidential library at Texas A&M University. He wrote, "Air Force One has arrived in Houston for what will technically be called "Special Air Mission 41" tomorrow and Wednesday".

Former President George W. Bush, Laura Bush, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and his wife Columba, and the late president's other living children - Neil, Marvin and Doro - lined the inner circle of mourners. "President Bush was such an incredible man yet there is a sense of peace knowing that he and Barbara are together again and with Robin and just that it was time for him".

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