Beau Biden, aka Joseph Robinette Beau Biden III, was a US Attorneys Office Counsel to the Officer of Policy Development and Federal Prosecutor. He was also a member of the Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps as an American Attorney Officer. He is well-known as the eldest son of US Vice President Joe Biden, who recently announced his candidacy for the 2020 Presidential election. In addition, he was a Wilmington, Delaware politician who previously served as Delaware’s Attorney General. Despite his great deeds, God took him from this world on May 30, 2015, at the age of 46.
Early Life of Beau Biden
Beau was born on February 3, 1969, in Wilmington, Delaware, USA, and is the current Attorney General of Delaware. He was 46 years old when he died on May 30, 2015. He was born under the Aquarius astrological sign. In addition, he was of American nationality. Beau is the eldest son of Joe and Neilia Biden (mother). Furthermore, he was raised alongside his two siblings, Naomi Biden (sister) and Hunter Biden (brother) (brother). In a car accident, both his mother and sister were killed. His father encouraged him to marry another woman, Jill Jacobs. His second mother gave birth to his half-sister in 1981.
In terms of education, he attended Archemere Academy and graduated. Following that, he enrolled at the University of Pennsylvania. Beau also received his law degree from Syracuse University.
Who is Beau Biden Wife?
In 2002, Beau married Hallie Olivere. There were a lot of VIPs in attendance for their wedding ceremony. There isn’t a lot of information available about how they met. However, it has come to light that Biden proposed to Hallie in 2001 in Nantucket, Massachusetts, according to some sources. Aside from that, there is no information available about their previous dating affairs. The couple welcomed two children into the world. She began dating Beau’s brother Hunter Biden after his death.
What are the et Worth and Salary of Beau Biden?
Beau’s career and works suggest that he may have made a good living before departing from this world. Beau’s net worth and salary, on the other hand, are unknown.
However, his father (Vice President of Us) is said to earn $9 million per year. In addition, his father, Joe, and stepmother, Jill, spent $2.7 million on a vacation home in Delaware. Her stepmother also makes $100,000 per year as a teacher at Northern Virginia Community College.
Cause of death of Beau Biden and Funeral
Beau appeared to be in good health on the outside, but he was actually suffering from brain cancer. His death was later caused by the same disease. Due to numbness, headache, and paralysis, he was admitted to Christiana Hospital in Delaware in May 2010. He was diagnosed with brain cancer later that month, in August 2013. He finally left this world on May 30, 2015. His ashes were interred at St. Joseph’s Cemetery in Brandywine, Delaware. In addition, President Barack Obama and a slew of other politicians attended his funeral.
The Career of Beau Biden
He clerked for Judge Steve McAuliffe of the United States District Court for the District of New Hampshire shortly after graduating. In addition, from 1995 to 2004, he worked for the United States Department of Justice. He then worked as a federal prosecutor in the United States Attorney’s Office. Beau, on the other hand, joined the military in 2003. He served as a major in the Judge Advocates General Corps and a member of the Delaware Army National Guard while there. His unit was activated for deployment to Iraq on October 3, 2008. In January of 2009, Beau returned to Washington, DC. His father was being sworn in as vice president when he returned. For his service in Iraq, he received the Bronze Star.
In addition, he ran for Attorney General of Delaware in 2006. Furthermore, he won by 5% of the vote. He was named State Prosecutor the same year. During his tenure as Attorney General, he imposed harsher penalties on sex offenders. Beau was re-elected as Delaware Attorney General on November 2, 2010, easily defeating Dough Campbell of the Delaware Independent Party. Furthermore, he announced his intention to run for Governor of Delaware in the 2016 election but was diagnosed with brain cancer at the same time. As a result, he is unable to carry out his promise.