Nancy Reagan, Dies at 94

LOS ANGELES – Former First Lady, Nancy Reagan, the wife of 40th US President Ronald Reagan, died Sunday morning, she was 94. According to her spokesperson, the cause was congestive heart failure. Mrs. Reagan will best be remembered for her steadfast devotion and resolute commitment to her husband as he rose from Hollywood actor to California Governor, and finally the US Presidency. She founded “Just Say No” her anti-drug advertising campaign to fight youth drug abuse, and was defined by her classic sense of style and most notably her signature color, Reagan red. She spent the later years of her life tending to the former President and his battle with Alzheimer’s, breaking with her Republican base and supporting stem cell research as a possible cure. She will be buried, next to her husband, at The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, CA. According to her spokesperson, Mrs. Reagan requested that donations be made to the Reagan Library in lieu of flowers.

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