September 11, 2000
Lauren Neale-May was born June 9, 1986 in Stanford
Hospital, California. Her parents were Candace and Donovan Neale-May.
Lauren grew up in a very small town called Portola Valley in California.
She was a fan of soccer, basketball, and golf. As a child, Lauren
was active in choir and school activities. She was always on the
move and her parents later found out that she had ADHD. Lauren went
to Saint Joseph's school in California for nine years.
When Lauren became an adolescent, her parents
got divorced. When the time came for her to go to high school, she
decided to get out of California and move to New Hampshire to go
to the New Hampton School. As a student, she achieved great heights
as an honor roll student. She also became the radio station manager
and brought new ideas into the program.
After a successful career at New Hampton School,
Lauren then decided to move back to California and take pre-law
at UCLA. It as a great choice of Lauren's because she fit right
in. She even was in the newspaper for soccer. Next, Lauren then
continued her law career, and went to Harvard Law. Two years later
she passed the Bar on her first try.
Lauren then moved to San Francisco where she
started one of the world's best law firms and watched over her father's
PR firm. At the age of 26, she got married to a politician. Two
years later they had their oldest child John, and two years after
that their youngest child Mary. As the years went on, her husband
became senator and ran for President of the United States. He became
president much due to the help from his popular wife. Since Lauren
was the First Lady, she had to put someone in charge of her law
As the First Lady, Lauren did many things to
help this country's communities. Such as fundraisers and running
tons of fundraising marathons. She also talked to the people of
America and quickly became one of the most popular First Ladies
ever. After her husband's two terms in office, Lauren decided it
was time to retire. She gave her law firm to her son and daughter
to run. Then she moved to Hawaii, where she and her husband lived
for two months when unexpectantly she passed away.
Some people say that the part of not working
was what made Lauren die and I agree. Lauren just couldn't sit still
and not work as a lawyer or help people.