A special and somber occasional at the Presidential Library and Museum as First Lady Nancy Reagan came to pay her respects at her husband's gravesite. This Thursday is the 10th anniversary of President Ronald Reagan's death.
Reagan, 92, was assisted in laying a bouquet of white roses on the grave of her late husband. The visit a surprise for many who came to pay their respects at the library in Simi Valley. Chuck Vermett, 73, and his wife Shelly Vermett, 69, are visiting from Idaho.
"I'm truly touched by this exhibit," Chuck said choking up. "I think every American should be required to come through here and see what this man did, sorry, but it is incredible thing to see," Chuck said.
Wiping a tear away, Chuck says he's blessed to be here for this moment in history. "I remember this man. I remember what he did for our country. God bless him and thanks for him," Chuck said.
The First Lady's visit was short, but the magnitude of her moment her meant a lot to Chuck and so many others. "It's just truly truly an incredible experience and I wish everyone could have this experience to what he did," Chuck said.
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