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We Honor First Lady Nancy Reagan

On Sunday morning March 6th, We sadly said goodbye to Nancy Reagan, former first lady, and widow of Former President Ronald Reagan.  She died in her home and will be buried next to her husband at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library.

We Honor First Lady Nancy Reagan

At the age of 94, though frail, First Lady Nancy Reagan continued to publicly support the political and philanthropic good accomplished by her husband who passed away in 2004.

Besides their conservative political views and their support of constitutional rights, President and Lady Reagan were most notably known for their love for each other.  Their long time and supportive marriage defied Hollywood and DC both as they stood in staunch and loving support of one another without ‘skeletons in the closet.’

“My life really began when I married my husband,” Nancy Reagan once said, and for 52 years of marriage they were a fiercely close and devoted couple.”Thank God we found each other,” she said in a 1998 interview. “Can’t imagine life without him.”

We give thanks to Fox News for presenting us with the good memories of our beloved former President & First Lady.

Now we honor Lady Reagan with a video presentation of her life and love.

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