Service agent who was credited with saving President Ronald Reagan's
life during an assassination attempt in 1981 when John W. Hinckley, Jr.
opened fire on the president outside the Washington Hilton Hotel on
March 30, 1981 while he was just feet away from Reagan, but who
redirected the limousine from the White House to George Washington
University Medical Center when he realized that Reagan had been shot
after he had grabbed the president, shoved him into a waiting
limousine, then jumped in on top of him before a shift supervisor
grabbed both men's feet, shoved them farther inside and slammed the
door behind them.
Cause of Death: Congestive heart failure
Born: September 16, 1930
Died: October 9, 2015
Location: Washington, D.C.