John F. Kennedy Biography

Published On Feb 16, 2017
Facts of John F. Kennedy
Date of Birth: 1917 , May-29
Birth Nation: United States
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After graduation, Kennedy served in Navy as the lieutenant during World War II where he earns military decoration and awards including Purple Heart, Victory Medal, Defense Medal, etc. After working as a journalist, his political interest won him House of Representatives and his marvelous thinking made him Senator which bridges him to become the 35th President of the United States.

During three years of presidency, Kennedy made remarkable contributions in America’s relation issue with his ideological view on a world of diversity and his diplomatic attitude made him adorable. Despite his untimely death, John will live forever where his optimistic approach will be remarkable in the history of America.

Moving towards his personal life, John F. Kennedy married to Jacqueline Bouvier at St. Mary’s Church in Newport. The happily married couples are blessed by two daughters Caroline and Arabella with two sons Patrick and Jr. John. The net worth of 35th president has been estimated as $ 5 Billion which he earns from this career before the president and during his presidency as well.     


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Born in Brookline, Massachusetts.

May 29 , 1917

John Fitzgerald Kennedy was born on 29th may 1917 in Brookline. His father name was Joseph Patrick and his mother name was Rose Elizabeth. He grew up with his eight siblings Robert, Ted, Eunice, Rosemary, Jean, Kathleen, Patricia and Joseph. He always get sick from his childhood. 

Attend Choate.


Kennedy attended Chote boarding school in Wallingford, Connecticut for 9th through 12th grade. His older brother had already been at Choate for two years and was a football player and leading student. He spend and attend several school during his childhood.

Graduated from Harvard University.


Kennedy enrolled at Harvard college was very much active in every activity. He visits several places like France, Europe, London and different other places. As an upperclassman at Harvard Kennedy became the more serious student and developed an interest in political philosophy.  

Enter in The Army.


Kennedy attempted to entry the Army's officer candidate school but was medically disqualified for his chronic lower back problems. He served two years as lieutenant during World War II. He earns numerous awards and trophy during his career.   

Married to Jacqueline

September 12 , 1953

Kennedy married to Jackie on September 12, 1953 at St. Mary's Church in Newport, Rhode Island. She wore an ivory silk gown made by Ann Loew, an African-American designer. The catholic mass was attended by 750 guests. They has two children. 

Died on Motorcade

November 20 , 1963

Shortly after noon on November 22, 1963, President John F. Kennedy was assassinated as he rode in a motorcade through Dealey Plaza in downtown Dallas, Texas. He was suffer from differents health problems from his childhood which led him to death.