BALTIMORE — Milton S. Eisenhower, adviser to eight Presidents, including his brother, Dwight D. Eisenhower, died today at Johns Hopkins Hospital, a Johns Hopkins University spokeswoman said. He was 95.
Eisenhower had been in and out of the hospital in recent months with a variety of ailments, the spokeswoman said. The youngest of the seven Eisnhower brothers, Milton served his brother Dwight as a special ambassador to Latin America. He also served in the Roosevelt, Johnson and Kennedy administrations. He was president of three universities, Kansas State, Penn State and finally Johns Hopkins, where he retired as president emeritus in 1967.