Nancy Reagan’s death evokes sadness, admiration across the political aisle

As reported by the Los Angeles Daily News:

Nancy Reagan’s death sparked feelings of sadness and admiration across Southern California on Sunday as the former first lady was remembered as a fierce protector of her husband who devoted her life to carrying out his life’s work until her final days.

Reagan died of congestive heart failure Sunday morning at her Bel-Air home. She was 94.

“In Great Britain, when they lost Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, they called her the Iron Lady, and in my opinion, that’s who Nancy Reagan was to me, the Iron Lady of America,” John Heubusch, executive director of the Simi Valley-based Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Library, said from the library’s grounds, where the former first lady will be buried next to her husband. …

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