Senators to attend memorial and funeral services
WASHINGTON, D.C. Idaho Senators Larry Craig and Mike Crapo joined with their Senate colleagues this morning (Wednesday) to honor the memory and legacy of the late President Ronald Reagan. S. Res. 373, the Ronald Wilson Reagan Commemorative Resolution, was passed unanimously by the Senate. The resolution expresses the Senates profound sorrow and deep regret of the death of President Reagan and notes his illustrious statesmanship, his leadership in national and world affairs, his distinguished public service to his state and his nation. The resolution will be delivered to President Reagans family.
Sen. Larry Craig:
Sen. Mike Crapo:
Reagan passed away at age 93 on Saturday, June 5. His
body arrived at the U.S. Capitol this evening (Wednesday) for a memorial
service in the Capitol Rotunda. Crapo and Craig both plan to attend
the service as well as the state funeral on Friday at the Washington
Cathedral. Public viewing of the flag-draped casket in the Capitol Rotunda
will begin this evening following the memorial service and will run
around the clock until Friday morning.