Former First Lady Nancy Reagan dead at 94

Nancy Reagan passed away this morning at 94 years of age. If you’ve ever said “No” to drugs, then you or someone you know may remember the great slogan of “Just Say No” that Nancy Reagan helped spread across generations of people during her more active days.

Nancy Reagan — the obscure Hollywood starlet who became First Lady of the United States and implored a generation of young Americans to “Just Say No” to drugs — died Sunday morning at 94.

She died in Bel Air of congestive heart failure, according to the Reagan Foundation, and had been fighting failing health for years. She will be buried next to her husband, President Ronald Reagan, at his Presidential Library in Simi Valley, Calif.

Rest well and say hi to Ronald for us. We will surely miss you.

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