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Joe and Hunter Biden pay respects to the family of his late brother-in-law in Central New York

President Joe Biden together with son, Hunter, visited central New York state on Saturday to pay his respects to his late brother-in-law, Michael Hunter, who passed away last week. 

The White House confirmed how the President travelled from Delaware to Syracuse and then onto a private residence in Camillus, Onondaga County. 

Police secured several streets in the residential neighborhood off West Genesee Street, where the president’s niece Marren Felter lives. 

A helicopter also monitored the area and roads from the airport to the house were cleared for the presidential motorcade. 

Michael Hunter was the son of Robert and Louise Hunter, who owned Hunter Dinerant in Auburn, and the brother of Neilia Hunter Biden, the President’s first wife.

Neilia Hunter Biden and their daughter, Naomi, tragically passed away in a car accident in 1972. Biden’s late son Beau and Hunter survived the crash.

Michael Hunter is survived by his daughter Marren, two grandchildren, and his brother John, with President Biden listed among the surviving family members in his obituary. 

The obituary tells how Hunter enjoyed skiing and spending time with his grandchildren, and was remembered by his family as a beloved father, grandfather, and brother. No occupation was specified, but he earned a philosophy degree at SUNY Potsdam.

Source of data and images: dailymail

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