Neil Reagan
Neil Reagan
John Neil Reagan was a radio station manager, CBS senior producer and senior vice president of McCann Erickson. He is the older brother of Ronald Reagan. Neil "Moon" Reagan was baptized as a Roman Catholic at birth. As an infant, Neil attended his mother's Disciples of Christ church, but became affiliated with his father's Catholic faith in his youth. He was described as a boisterous and gregarious personality in his youth.
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Eureka Journal; Reagan's Beloved College Offers a Living Memorial
NYTimes - almost 17 years
Before ''The Gipper'' and the Oval Office, Ronald Reagan washed dishes in a women's dormitory at the small college here. In 1928, the 17-year-old future president followed the pastor's daughter, on whom he had had a crush, from his childhood home in Dixon, Ill., to Eureka College, situated amid the cornfields of central Illinois. Amid the
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Quiet Community Is Home To Celebrities and the Rich
NYTimes - almost 20 years
The Southern California town where yesterday's apparent mass suicide took place is one of the most affluent and bucolic towns in the United States, a sun-baked bastion of old money where the local real estate brokers like to say that there is a Mercedes in every garage and a horse in every barn. Five miles inland from Solana Beach and 20 miles
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Neil Reagan, 88, Ad Executive And Jovial Brother of President
NYTimes - about 20 years
Neil Reagan, a retired advertising executive and radio and television director who was most notably known as President Ronald Reagan's older brother, died on Wednesday at Scripps Memorial Hospital in San Diego. He was 88 and lived in Rancho Santa Fe, Calif. The cause was heart failure, the President and his wife, Nancy, said yesterday in a
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THE TEFLON DADDY
NYTimes - almost 28 years
LEAD: FIRST FATHER, FIRST DAUGHTER A Memoir. By Maureen Reagan. Illustrated. 415 pp. Boston: Little, Brown & Company. $19.95. FIRST FATHER, FIRST DAUGHTER A Memoir. By Maureen Reagan. Illustrated. 415 pp. Boston: Little, Brown & Company. $19.95. Anyone who had studied Maureen Reagan's relationship with her father could have predicted the country's
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Bushes Enter a Glare, Warily but Unblinking
NYTimes - about 28 years
LEAD: Just as Amy Carter once talked over nuclear war with her father, the President, so Dorothy Bush LeBlond offers advice to her father on matters of importance. Just as Amy Carter once talked over nuclear war with her father, the President, so Dorothy Bush LeBlond offers advice to her father on matters of importance. There was the time right
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REAGAN TO LEAVE HOSPITAL TODAY FOR WHITE HOUSE
NYTimes - over 31 years
President Reagan is to return to the White House from the Bethesda Naval Medical Center on Saturday, one week after undergoing surgery in which a cancerous growth was removed from his colon. ''The news today is the President of the United States will sleep in the White House tomorrow night,'' an elated Larry Speakes, the White House spokesman, said
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BROTHER'S CANCER MATCHES REAGAN'S
NYTimes - over 31 years
President Reagan's brother, Neil, had exactly the same type of cancerous colon polyp removed 10 days before the President's malignancy was discovered, and the cancers were situated in the same area of the colon, according to three of Neil Reagan's doctors. The cancerous polyps were removed in the same type of operation, a right hemicolectomy, and
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Brother Had Same Surgery
NYTimes - over 31 years
President Reagan's older brother, Neil Reagan, underwent the same type of intestinal surgery as the President, on July 3, his wife said today. A doctor involved in the President's care, Edward Cattau, said Neil Reagan, who is 76 years old, was diagnosed as having cancer of the colon. ''We do know that patients who have a family history of colon
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IT'S 'NO FUN,' SAYS BROTHER OF PRESIDENT
NYTimes - about 32 years
Neil Reagan says he really does not want to attend another inauguration, that he hates the Thanksgiving Day drive to his brother's ranch and that, all in all, being President Reagan's brother is no fun. ''No fun at all,'' he said in a two-hour chat in which he repeatedly displayed a tongue-in-cheek outrageousness that seemed to please him. If you
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CAMPAIGN NOTES ; Reagan's Brother Greets Renomination Quietly
NYTimes - over 32 years
At least one Ronald Reagan delegate in the California delegation was not swept up in the excitement of the President's renomination Wednesday night. ''After living with him for 70 years, it's pretty hard to get excited about anything he does,'' said Neil Reagan, the President's 75-year-old brother, a retired advertising executive. ''I'm looking
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CALIFORNIA G.O.P. UNSURE ABOUT REAGAN'S COATTAILS
NYTimes - almost 35 years
The television commercials say that Mike Curb is ''the only candidate for Governor who supported Ronald Reagan in 1976 and 1980'' and that Pete Wilson, who is running for United States Senator, is ''a partner for President Reagan.'' But while loyalty to the party leader seems to be almost a necessity in California's June 8 Republican primary, ,
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ELECTION PREVIEW: ONLY IN CALIFORNIA
NYTimes - almost 35 years
Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr., has given up Zen and outer space for conciliation and a new image. Barry M. Goldwater Jr. is insisting that, notwithstanding the claims of his opponents, he's as smart as his old man. And Maureen Reagan, the eldest daughter of the President, claims that one reason her uncle, Neil Reagan, is opposing her is sibling
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REAGAN ASKS U.S.-SOVIET CUT OF 1 IN 3 NUCLEAR WARHEADS AS STEP TO AN 'EQUAL CEILING'; Text of address is on page A14.
NYTimes - almost 35 years
President Reagan proposed a two-step plan today in which the United States and the Soviet Union would initially reduce by one-third their arsenals of nuclear warheads on land- and sea-based ballistic missiles. Administration officials, in a briefing earlier, estimated that each side had deployed about 7,500 missile warheads. A one-third reduction
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Notes on People; Turning a Reagan Home in Illinois Into a Shrine
NYTimes - about 35 years
The President's older brother, Neil Reagan, has changed his mind and decided it might not be a bad idea after all to turn the Reagan home in Dixon, Ill., into a Presidential shrine. When he first heard about the idea, the 73-year-old Mr. Reagan told a group of businessmen in Phoenix on Wednesday, ''I thought it was stupid.'' Since then, however, he
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TOP COAST REPUBLICANS HEADING FOR A COLLISION
NYTimes - about 35 years
Lieut. Gov. Mike Curb and Attorney General George Deukmejian, California's top Republican officeholders, are on a collision course, their political careers at stake in a confrontation for the Republican gubernatorial primary next June. Gov. Edmund G. Brown Jr., a Democrat, will leave office after eight years, perhaps to go to the United States
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NOTES ON PEOPLE; A Place in the Sun for the Brothers Reagan
NYTimes - over 35 years
Since his kid brother became President, 73-year-old Neil Reagan has kept his distance from the White House, and there's a reason. ''Washington,'' Mr. Reagan explained ''is a stinking city weatherwise.'' Mr. Reagan, who lives in Rancho Fe, Calif., noted in an interview last week that he had seen his brother only twice since he took office - at the
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Threats to Reagan Brother Cited
NYTimes - over 35 years
A Los Angeles woman has been arrested on charges of making threats against Neil Reagan, President Reagan's brother, the San Diego County Sheriff's Department said today. Raisa Borisova, 62 years old, was arrested Tuesday night inside the garage at the home of Neil Reagan, 72.
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NYTimes - almost 36 years
Daughter of President Is Married in California BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., April 25 (AP) - Maureen Reagan, wearing a flowing ivory medieval-style wedding gown and a crown of flowers in her hair, was married today in a private ceremony at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel here to Dennis Revell, a 28-year-old law clerk. She was escorted to the ceremony by her
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THE NEW 'FIRST BROTHER' GRACIOUSLY ENDURES ROLE
NYTimes - about 36 years
A resident of this pleasant community north of San Diego stopped at a local inn for a drink the other night and was approached by a stranger who ''talked like the sun sets and rises on Ronald Reagan.'' ''I had had great visions of walking in and having a quiet snort and some relaxation,'' the resident said. ''All this guy wanted to do was talk
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Neil Reagan
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  • 1996
    Age 87
    Neil Reagan served two terms as trustee of Eureka College before his death in December 1996.
    More Details Hide Details The Reagan Physical Education Center on the Eureka College campus was dedicated in 1970 in honor of both Ronald and Neil Reagan. Twelve years later, Ronald Reagan would return to the Reagan Center to make one of his most important foreign policy speeches of his first term known as the START speech, or Eureka speech. His wife, Bess Reagan, died in 2010 at the age of 102.
  • 1972
    Age 63
    He was an alternate delegate to the 1972 Republican National Convention from California, and a delegate to the 1980 Republican National Convention.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1908
    Born
    Born in 1908.
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