Although not remembered for being the best president, given his one term, Jimmy Carter will now have something to rest his name on and it isn’t all that bad. Now that George H.W. Bush has passed away at 94-years-old, Carter will hold the title as the oldest living president at 94-years-old, according to the Atlanta Journal Constitution. Carter was once quoted as being uncertain about his future if he were to live a long life after his presidency. Turns out, he established the Carter Center, has been awarded the Nobel Prize to building Habitat for Humanity homes and he has written a number of top selling books. It is ironic because Carter was elected into presidency at the age of 52-years-old, making him the 17th youngest elected president in U.S. history. “What could possibly be good about growing old? The most obvious answer, of course, is to consider the alternative to aging.” Carter reflected in 1998.