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Former President Jimmy Carter Death Coming Soon – Grandson Says

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In an update about former President Jimmy Carter’s condition, his grandson Jason Carter revealed that the 39th president is “coming to the end” of his remarkable life journey. The comments were made during a mental health forum honoring Carter’s late wife and former First Lady Rosalynn Carter at the Carter Center in Atlanta.

“He is doing OK,” Jason Carter said of his 99-year-old grandfather, who has been receiving hospice care at home for nearly a year and a half.

“He has been in hospice, as you know, for almost a year and a half now, and he really is, I think, coming to the end that, as I’ve said before, there’s a part of this faith journey that is so important to him, and there’s a part of that faith journey that you only can live at the very end and I think he has been there in that space.”

Jimmy Carter, who became the longest-lived president in U.S. history after George H.W. Bush’s passing in 2018, has faced numerous health challenges in recent years, including metastatic brain cancer, liver cancer, and a series of falls requiring hospitalizations.

The update on the former president’s condition comes just months after the family paid tribute to Rosalynn Carter, who passed away in November 2022 at the age of 96. Jason Carter expressed gratitude for the outpouring of love and support the family received during that difficult time, saying it “turned that whole process into a celebration” of his grandmother’s life and advocacy work.

Rosalynn Carter made mental health awareness a cornerstone of her efforts as First Lady, establishing the President’s Commission on Mental Health in 1977 and championing increased research funding, broader treatment access, and innovative approaches to mental health care. Her legacy continues through the work of the Carter Center and initiatives like the forum honoring her life’s mission.

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