Gerald Ford was 93 at his time of death, making him the oldest President to ever live that lifespan until Jimmy Carter surpassed him.
Gerald Ford was the first president to have a pool at the White House. It was built in 1975, and he used it quite often.
Leslie Lynch King, Jr. was the birth name of President Gerald Ford.
This congressman became Vice President and then President only because of Richard Nixon’s watergate scandal. He was the only President to not be elected to either office.
Gerald Ford got a new puppy the same year he became president in 1974. The dog was a female golden Labrador retriever and had a fairly large presence at the White House. She died in 1984 at the age of ten.