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John Paul I only served as Pope for one month, which would amount to .083 years.
FDR served just a little more than 12 years. He would have served for 16 years if he had not died early in his fourth term.
After I enlisted in the Navy in 1974, I served with several Navy Seabees who had fought in World War II, Korea and Vietnam. Service members who retired after 30 years during that time would have served in all three wars.
He served for eight years.
he is old
No. The longest most Presidents have served is 8 years, and Franklin D. Roosevelt was in office for just over 12 years. Even if someone had been U. S. President for 10 years, he would not have served a 10-year term. All U. S. Presidential terms are and have been 4 years. Those who served more than 4 years served multiple terms.
No, unfortunately. It closed many years ago. My own grandfather was the last chef.
Justin Biebers grandfather is currently 74 years old.
George Washington was the first President of the United States, he served for 8 years. John Adams was second he served for 4 years. Thomas Jefferson was third he served for 8 years. James Madison was the fourth he served 8 years. James Monroe was the fifth and he also served for 8 years.
There were many presidents who served 4 years - not just one.
Only one- Franklin Roosevelt who served from March 4, 1933 until he died on April 15, 1945. He would have served almost 16 years if he had lived to finish his fourth term.
Jefferson served 2 terms. This is 8 years.
In order to serve 6 years, a president would either have to spend two years completing the term of the previous president and then be elected to a term of his own, or else leave office after serving two years of his second term. Lyndon Johnson came the closest to serving 6 years - about 2 months over. Coolidge served about 6 1/2 years. I believe all the rest who served more than 4 years served seven or more.
Including John Roberts our current Chief Justice the average number of years would be about 13 years.
Franklin D. Roosevelt served the most at 12 years, 1 month.
James Madison served as president for eight years.
You need to specify where they were served.
lamar has served for 9 years in the senate bob has served for 4 years in the senate
As of 2017, no President has served for exactly two years, but the closest was Warren Harding at two years and five months.
John Deason was my great great grandfather, he would be 182 years of age
years they severd in the presidency
100 He's 85 years old.
President Franklin D. Roosevelt served 12 years in office.