Virginia Clinton Kelley

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Mother of U.S. president Bill Clinton

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According to Wikipedia, Virginia Dell Blythe Clinton Dwire Kelley was an American nurse anesthetist and the mother of Bill Clinton, the 42nd president of the United States. Early life Virginia Dell Cassidy was born in Bodcaw, Arkansas. She was the only child of James Eldridge Cassidy , the town iceman , and Edith Cassidy , a nurse. Her family moved to Hope, Arkansas, when she was a toddler. During her high school years, she worked as a waitress at a local restaurant. Following her graduation from high school, Virginia moved to Shreveport, Louisiana, to study to be a nurse like her mother. During her training in Shreveport, she met her first husband, William Jefferson Blythe, Jr., whom she married in a civil ceremony in 1943, just before he shipped out for World War II military duty. Upon completion of her training, she returned to Hope, Arkansas. When her husband was discharged after the war, he picked her up and they moved for four months to Chicago, Illinois.

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