Hasri Ainun Habibie
Hasri Ainun Habibie was the First Lady of Indonesia from 1998 until 1999 and wife of former President B. J. Habibie. Ainun was born on August 11, 1937 in Semarang to R. Mohamad Besari, a lecturer and his wife Sadarmi Besari, a midwife, whose family is known as well-educated and intellectual.
Ainun and her siblings studied in Dago Christian Junior College. Her eldest brother, Sahari, graduated from junior college when he's in the 2nd grade and continues his education in Bandung Institute of Technology. Ainun continues her education in the Medical Faculty of University of Indonesia and graduated in 1961.
Ainun first met Rudy Habibie when they were studying in secondary school. They were schoolmates when stududying in Dago Christian Junior College. Their families had known each other for a long time and often visited each other.
In 1962, Rudy's brother Fanny Habibie asks Rudy to accompany him to visit the Besari family in Rangga Malela. This was when Rudy and Ainun first met after seven years. They fell in love and got married on May 12, 1962. Their honeymoon took place inYogyakarta, Bali, and Ujung Pandang. Rudy's three month holiday in Indonesia soon ended and they moved to Aachen, Germany as Rudy is worked there.
Their first child was Ilham Akbar Habibie, born 1963, who finished his study in Munich and got the title of PhD with summa cumlaude. Their second and youngest child, Thareq Kemal, born 1967, got Diploma Ingineur in Brunswick.
In 1978, Suharto appointed the 42-year-old B. J. Habibie to be his Minister of Research and Technology in his third cabinet. As the wife of the member of the cabinet, Ainun joined the Dharma Wanita organization under the leadership of First Lady Siti Hartinah.Ainun leads his husband's ministry's Dharma Wanita and consolidating non-department organization with Madame Soedharmono, wife of Soedharmono, Secretary of State.
On April 26, 1978, First Lady Tien Soeharto, Second Lady Nelly Adam Malik, and Mrs Soehartati Oemar Senoadji founded Yayasan Karya Bhakti RIA Pembangunan or simply as YKBRP, whose organization from 1998 until 1999, Ainun became its chairperson, and until her death, she still remains its chairwoman. In 1998, Suharto appointed Habibie as his mate in the 1998 and the parliament elected them as president and vice-president. Ainun thus became Second Lady and leader of Dharma Wanita (held by a First Lady, but there was no First Lady at the time, because First Lady Siti Hartinah were deceased). She later becomes its official leader on May 1998. Ainun is also the chairwoman of PPMTI from 2000 until her death in 2010.
In 2010, Ainun entered Ludwig Maximilians-Universität Hospital, Munich, Germany for intensive care for her ovarian cancer. After several operations, she died on May 22 in the same year.
Her body was sent back to Jakarta and buried in the Kalibata National Heroes Cemetery on May 25 in a military funeral ceremony conducted by President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono.
source : wikipedia
source : wikipedia