American Vice President Joe Biden's son, Joseph Robinette Beau Biden III is popularly known as Beau Biden worked first as Counsel to the Officer of Policy Development at the United States Department of Justice and later became the Federal prosecutor in the US Attorney’s Office. He joined the military as a member of the Deleware Army National Guard and then holds the Major position in the Judge Advocate General’s Corps.
Beau was elected Attorney General of Delaware twice but did not seek for the third time. He states that “His intention is to run for Governor of Delaware in 2016 election to succeed term-limited Democratic Governor Jack Markell”.
Beau Biden was admitted to Christiana Hospital after having a headache, numbness, and paralysis. He was transferred to Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, where he was kept under observation for several days. He was admitted at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center for the better treatment and progress but passed away because of brain cancer.
Joseph earned numerous awards and recognition during his life span. He was awarded Bronze Star for his military service and was posthumously awarded the Albert Schweitzer Leadership Award which is the highest honor given by the Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership for his service to mankind.
Moving towards his personal life, he is of course of American nationality and his ethnicity is white. His mother and younger sister Naomi were killed in car accident while Christmas shopping but luckily, Beau and his brother Hunter survive with sustained injuries.
Biden married wife Hallie Biden after having affairs for several months. They have two children daughter Natalie and son Hunter Biden. He earns the tremendous amount of money in his small lifetime as he had several sources of income. Though his exact Net worth figures are unknown but would definitely in Billions of Dollar.
Biden was diagnosed with a brain cancer and after a long battle he lost the war and died at the young age of 46. His funeral was held at St. Anthony of Padua Roma Catholic Church in Wilmington, Delaware.