As of April 2014, Nancy Reagan has not died. The wife of Ronald Reagan and former First Lady of the United States is alive, remains active with the Reagan Presidential Library and is influential within the Republican party.
Born July 6, 1921, Nancy's given name was Anne Frances Robbins. Nicknamed "Nancy," she later took the last name of her stepfather, prominent Chicago neurosurgeon, Loyal Davis. As Nancy Davis, she enjoyed an unremarkable acting career. She met actor Ronald Reagan through the Screen Actor's Guild, and they married in 1952.
Nancy Reagan remained faithfully by her husband's side while he was governor of California and president of the United States. She was Ronald's Reagan's primary caregiver during the last years of his life while he suffered from Alzheimer's disease. Following his death, she became an outspoken advocate for stem cell research and has focused on bringing attention to Ronald Reagan's legacy.