Wednesday, January 30, 2008

The Robert M. Ball Has Dropped

Robert M. Ball, a former Social Security commissioner considered by many as its chief defender and the father of Medicare, has died at age 93.

"Bob Ball left an indelible mark on the Social Security programs and the agency in that he played a critical role in the establishment of Medicare," Social Security Commissioner Michael J. Astrue said Wednesday. "His commitment to Social Security was unequaled, and he will be remembered as a great leader."
You can be any age to qualify for Death.


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