Death and state funeral of Ronald Reagan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Death and state funeral of Ronald Reagan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The death of my favorite president, Ronald Reagan. I was there, the procession, the church... Poor Nancy :( the epitome of grace under fire

The death of my favorite president, Ronald Reagan. I was there, the procession, the church... Poor Nancy :( the epitome of grace under fire

On June 5, 2004, Ronald Reagan, the 40th President of the United States, died after having suffered from Alzheimer's disease for nearly a decade. His seven-day state funeral followed. After Reagan's death his body was taken from his Bel Air, Los Angeles, California home to the Funeral Home in Santa Monica, California to prepare the body for burial. On June 7, Reagan's casket was transported by hearse and displayed at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library then flown to Washington DC

On June 5, 2004, Ronald Reagan, the 40th President of the United States, died after having suffered from Alzheimer's disease for nearly a decade. His seven-day state funeral followed. After Reagan's death his body was taken from his Bel Air, Los Angeles, California home to the Funeral Home in Santa Monica, California to prepare the body for burial. On June 7, Reagan's casket was transported by hearse and displayed at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library then flown to Washington DC

Reagan used a wheelchair during her visit to the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library. (june 5, 2014 - 10th anniversary of reagan's death)

Nancy Reagan visits Ronald Reagan's grave

Reagan used a wheelchair during her visit to the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library. (june 5, 2014 - 10th anniversary of reagan's death)

Nancy Reagan leans her head on her husband's casket at his presidential library

Nancy Reagan leans her head on her husband's casket at his presidential library

During the week-long events, each time Nancy Reagan appeared in public, she was escorted by U.S. Army Major General Galen B. Jackman

During the week-long events, each time Nancy Reagan appeared in public, she was escorted by U.S. Army Major General Galen B. Jackman

The Judge: William P. Clark, Ronald Reagan's Top Hand

The Judge: William P. Clark, Ronald Reagan's Top Hand (Hardcover)

The Judge: William P. Clark, Ronald Reagan's Top Hand

"A great American life has come to an end. During the years of President Reagan, America laid to rest an era of division and self-doubt. And because of his leadership, the world laid to rest an era of fear and tyranny. Now, in laying our leader to rest, we say thank you. He always told us that for America, the best was yet to come. We comfort ourselves in the knowledge that this is true for him, too. His work is done, and now a shining city awaits him. May God bless Ronald Reagan." Bush…

"A great American life has come to an end. During the years of President Reagan, America laid to rest an era of division and self-doubt. And because of his leadership, the world laid to rest an era of fear and tyranny. Now, in laying our leader to rest, we say thank you. He always told us that for America, the best was yet to come. We comfort ourselves in the knowledge that this is true for him, too. His work is done, and now a shining city awaits him. May God bless Ronald Reagan." Bush…

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