Public service was a family tradition for the late George H.W. Bush. The Massachusetts native first served the country in World War II and eventually became President of the United States. This week, three local men with connections to the late President join Carrie Saldo in-studio. Bruce Stebbins, friend and advisor to President Bush; Bernie Sweeney, former political consultant to the President; and political consultant Tony Cignoli offer their reflections on the legacy of the 41st President.