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Nancy Reagan: In Life and in Death… “A Real Gem”

Nancy Reagan died on on Sunday morning of congestive heart failure at the age of 94. She will be buried at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California, next to her husband. Nancy was , on all accounts a respectable, elegant and valiant woman, whom like not seen in the White House in recent years, genuinely loved and honored God and country, and will be remembered by most as such.

George W. Bush wrote the following statement on the passing of former First Lady Nancy Reagan…

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Another loyal and beloved fan of the former first lady expressed the following on social media:

 

About three years ago, I wrote a letter to Nancy Reagan at her home in California. I told her that her marriage to Ronald Reagan was an inspiration to me, and I hoped that I would be as lucky as Ronnie was to have found someone as beautiful, sharp, and caring as Nancy. I went on to tell her that, as a student of history, even though I did not agree with all of the decisions her husband made as President of the United States, I always knew that he had the best interests of his country at heart, and he was a true patriot. A few months later, I received a letter from her personal secretary, saying that my letter stood out among the hundreds that Mrs. Reagan receives, and even though she was not able to send me a letter herself, she hoped that I would accept two enclosed lithographs of her and Ronnie. I treasure that letter and those autographed photos among my most valued possessions today. Mrs. Reagan was one of a kind, and her legacy will be felt forever in this country. I know she will be so thrilled to be reunited with Ronnie in heaven today. She has waited a long time, for sure. God bless her!” – Ryan Harrison Lee

 

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RIP, Mrs. Reagan.

I’m sure you are beyond thrilled to be with your husband in Heaven once again.

The nation mourns your loss.

 

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