After battling Alzheimer’s disease for a decade, Ronald Reagan died from pneumonia complicated by Alzheimer’s at his Bel Air home on June 5, 2004. Following his death, Reagan laid in repose at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library & Museum from June 7 to 9. Reagan’s body was transported to Washington, D.C., where a state funeral was conducted at Washington National Cathedral. He was later buried at his presidential library.
Presidential Pathways: Ronald Reagan Burial Place