Victor Davis Hanson is an American political commentator, classicist, and military historian. He has written for The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, National Review, The Washington Times, and other publications about modern and ancient battles, current politics, and other themes. At Stanford University’s Hoover Institution, he is the Martin and Illie Anderson Senior Fellow in Classics and Military History. He is a retired Classics professor at California State University, Fresno. Also, Davis is a guest professor at Hillsdale College in Michigan. Continue reading to find out more about his daughters and their daily lives.
In 2007, President George W. Bush had awarded Davis Hanson with the National Humanities Medal. He had been a member of the president-appointed American Battle Monuments Commission from 2007 to 2008. Talking about his children, Susannah Hanson and Pauline Hanson are the names of Davis’ daughters. Victor Davis shared the adorable daughters with his wife, Cara Hanson. His wife is involved in a lot of charitable projects and organizations. We don’t know much about their oldest daughter Pauline Hanson except that she is married and that she is in her late 30s.
Susannah Merry Hanson, 27, died on November 13, 2014, in Los Angeles, California, following a short illness. She was born in the state of California on December 31, 1986. She earned certification to teach English as a second language in 2008 and began teaching at Duoc UC Vocational College in Santiago, Chile, where she polished her Spanish abilities and became fluent in the language.
Every spring, she also worked with her father as a travel adviser and co-organizer of historical tours of Europe. Following Susannah’s death, the Hanson family fell into a state of shock, and it’s obvious that they were reluctant to move on. The family ultimately accepted the loss and returned to some semblance of normalcy in their lives. The Hanson family history is continued by Pauline Hanson, Hanson’s eldest daughter, and William Hanson, Hanson’s son.
Merry’s parents and siblings loved her. Undoubtedly, she was the center of their universe, and they were fortunate to have daily chats with her, particularly her encouraging advice to appreciate the simple things that go undetected around them, to not be afraid of the unknown, and so on. According to the family, Susannah was not afraid of anything and always took things positively. The young girl could have achieved things in her life if she were still alive. Follow our site for more such updates!