Jean Kennedy Smith

Ambassador of generosity

IN 1944, TWO PRIESTS ARRIVED AT THE KENNEDY HOME TO inform Joseph Kennedy Sr. and Rose Kennedy that their oldest son had been killed in World War II. Sixteen-year-old Jean, the eighth of their nine children, was devastated. After riding her bicycle to church to pray, she went next to the local hospital—to volunteer.

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