Former U.S. first lady Nancy Reagan has died.
A statement from a family spokesperson says that Reagan died Sunday morning at her home in Los Angeles from congestive heart failure.
She was 94.
Before moving into the White House, Reagan was a former Hollywood actress. She was married to the late president Ronald Reagan for 52 years. She served as a full time caretaker to her husband as he fought Alzheimer’s and raised millions of dollars for research into the disease.
Reagan will be buried next to her husband at the former president’s library in Simi Valley California.
In a statement, U.S. President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama says Reagan redefined the role of first lady and they are grateful for Mrs, Reagan’s life and guidance.
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