Maureen Reagan

Born Jan 4, 1941

Maureen Elizabeth Reagan was the first child and elder daughter of former President Ronald Reagan and his first wife, Jane Wyman. Her brother Michael Reagan was born 1945 and adopted by the Reagans shortly thereafter. Their sister Christine was born in 1947 and died a day later. She also had two siblings from her father's second marriage to Nancy Davis: Patti Davis and Ron Reagan.… Read More

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Learn about the memorable moments in the evolution of Maureen Reagan.


1941 Birth Born on January 4, 1941.


1967 26 Years Old Reagan spoke on behalf of Republican candidates throughout the country, including twenty appearances alone in 1967 for an unsuccessful Mississippi gubernatorial nominee, Rubel Phillips, a former segregationist who ran that year on a platform of racial moderation.


1982 41 Years Old Reagan was the first daughter of a president to run for political office, but both of her attempts at election ended in defeat. She ran unsuccessfully for the United States Senate from California in 1982 – Pete Wilson was the eventual winner – and in 1992 for California's 36th congressional district. … Read More


1994 53 Years Old After her father announced his diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease in 1994, Maureen Reagan became a member of the Alzheimer's Association board of directors and served as the group's spokeswoman. … Read More


2001 60 Years Old 1 More Event
Reagan volunteered with actor David Hyde Pierce, of TV's Frasier, at the Alzheimer's Association. At her funeral on August 19, 2001, Pierce spoke to the gathering at Cathedral of Blessed Sacrament in Sacramento, California, and recalled his friend's tireless devotion to fighting the mind-robbing illness. "When she was given lemons, she did not make lemonade. … Read More
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