A Special Tribute to
Ronald Wilson Reagan

 40th President of the U.S


Speakers on for music

Remarks by  President Bush in Eulogy at National Funeral Service for
Former President Ronald Wilson Reaga

 The National Cathedral - Washington, D.C

Read his final letter to America -- the Alzheimers Letter

  In Memoriam 
Click here to read some of
President Reagan's great speeches


Reagan's body carried into U.S. Capitol - June 9, 2004


Day of Mourning - June 11, 2004
Friday, June 11, 2004 11:30 am EDT National Funeral
at the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C
and interment at sunset in Simi Valley, CA

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June 11, 2004
Interment in Simi Valley, CA

His final Hail to his Chief


      Michael Reagan
     delivers eulogy for
     his father at sunset
     at the interment.

    Interment on the
    shining hill in Simi
    Valley, CA


   Navy Capt. James
   A. Symonds,
   Commander of the
   USS Ronald Reagan,
   presents the flag to
   Nancy Reagan
   during interment

Funeral in the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C.

Text of Former
President Bush's


Video of Lady Margaret Thatcher's eulogy video taped earlier shown here with Prince Charles leaving the Cathedral


Lynn Cheney does not look very happy with her assigned seat!

President Bush escorts
Nancy Reagan into the
National Cathedral while former President Bush and Barbara Bush look on.


Scenes from the
funeral in the
National Cathedral
Washington, D.C.
(left) President Bush delivers eulogy and pays his respects at funeral in the National Cathedral

A Living Memorial
A living memorial has been created on the George W. Bush web site where you are invited to share your thoughts and memories.  Your entries will be posted alongside many others to form an online tribute to President Reagan. To participate in the living memorial go to:  www.GeorgeWBush.com/Reagan/

Mourning in America: Ronald Reagan Dies at 93 - Fox News


 Reagan Library
 View from the South


View many Images from the Reagan Library archives

Selected by the Reagan Library Audiovisual staff
All the photographs are in the public domain




My Heroes Have Always Been  Cowboys -
click here


            President Reagan and President Bush 43

                 Speakers on for cowboy  Music

    Remembering the Gipper

          Rider Coming In!


Web page by Bettye Chambers - 2004
Greater Gwinnett Republican Women