Let's quickly review the previous cases that stand out:
On April 16, 2009, Felipe Solis (= sun), a distinguished archaeologist, was with President Barack Obama at a gala dinner at the museum and showed Obama around the Mexico City's anthropology museum. Then, Solis died the next day from "flu-like symptoms."
On July 6, 2012, Ann Harris (= son ~ sun ~ of the home ruler), 70, owner of Ann's Place in Akron, Ohio, died hours after Obama made a surprise visit to her place for breakfast.
On July 13, 2012, Alex Okrent (= meaning?), a 29-year-old vet of two of Obama's earlier runs, died suddenly. He reportedly "collapsed" at Obama's Chicago campaign headquarters.
On August 27, 2007, Rio Rancho Officer Germaine Casey, 40, crashed his motorcycle while riding in a motorcade as President George Bush prepared to leave Albuquerque, New Mexico, following a fundraiser for Senator Pete Domenici. Casey's motorcycle hit a curb and then a tree. The motorcycle was near the front of the motorcade, and the president saw the wreck as he drove past on the way to the airport. Casey was a two-year veteran of the force, having worked for campus police before that. [Germaine = form of Germain, a borrowing from the French, that is from the Late Latin germānus (brother), which is derived from germen (a spout, a bud, embryo). Casey = Irish from Cayce, vigilant, brave, or watchful.]