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Ross Perot, the self made billionaire and American Patriot that ran not once, but twice as a independent candidate for President of The United States has died at the age of 89 after a reported five month long battle with Leukemia.

Perot, a family man, was the leading pioneer of a computer services company called “Electronic Data Systems Corp.” in 1962. He also founded a second company, “Perot Systems Corp.” 26 years later.

He was diagnosed with Leukemia in February and family members had reportedly stated that he suffered a “secondary infection” just one month later from which he almost died from.

The son of a large, burly man who was a cotton trader, and his mother, a small petite lady whom was described as a sweet, warm and wonderful person, Ross stood only 5′ 6″ but had a large presence when he entered the room.

Described as being tough, smart and practical and loved to negotiate, but still possessed a warm and kind heart.

Perot became a billionaire in 1984 when one of his companies was purchased by General Motors for a mere $2.6 billion.

He was also a collector, dealing in artifacts, paintings and many other kinds of memorabilia items throughout the years. It was said that if he was having a slow day, he’d sell something just to be sure it wasn’t a wasted day.

In the end, Ross was a father, husband, successful business man and an American Patriot. You may say that sounds clicheis, but you know what? I say that’s not too bad at all.

 

 

Ray Nolram

Tired of all the progressive BS and other non American crap we're seeing in the country today? Me too, and we have to stop just being complacent about it and voice our opinions, our voices matter. So don't just sit there and let them destroy it, grab a microphone and "GET OUT THERE AND BE HEARD"

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