Clint Hill relates joys, sorrows of his Kennedy family years
Clint Hill keeps North Dakota in his heart. That is one of the messages the Washburn native has been conveying this fall, as he helps the nation remember President John F. Kennedy and First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy. Hill’s richly detailed memories of the Kennedys come from his time as a Secret Service agent assigned to the first lady and the Kennedy children. Among those memories is Hill’s close-up witnessing of the Nov. 22, 1963, gunfire at President Kennedy, and Hill’s leap into the limousine to shield the first lady and mortally wounded president as it sped off to a Dallas hospital.
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