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Mourners at the Cathedral

Saturday, June 12, 2004

Among those attending Ronald Reagan's state funeral yesterday:

President Bush

First lady Laura Bush

Bill Clinton, former president

Hillary Clinton, former first lady and U.S. senator

George H.W. Bush, former president

Barbara Bush, former first lady

Jimmy Carter, former president

Rosalynn Carter, former first lady

Gerald R. Ford, former president

Betty Ford, former first lady

Vice President Cheney

Lynne Cheney

Al Gore, former vice president

Tipper Gore

Dan Quayle, former vice president

Walter F. Mondale, former vice president

William H. Rehnquist, chief justice of the United States

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Supreme Court justice

Stephen G. Breyer, Supreme Court justice

Anthony M. Kennedy, Supreme Court justice

Sandra Day O'Connor, Supreme Court justice

Antonin Scalia, Supreme Court justice

David H. Souter, Supreme Court justice

John Paul Stevens, Supreme Court justice

Clarence Thomas, Supreme Court justice

Madeleine K. Albright, former secretary of state

Kofi Annan, U.N. secretary general

John D. Ashcroft, attorney general

James A. Baker III, former secretary of state and treasury secretary

Michel Barnier, French foreign minister

Silvio Berlusconi, Italian prime minister

Tony Blair, British prime minister

Michael R. Bloomberg, mayor of New York

James S. Brady, former White House press secretary

Sarah Brady

Tom Brokaw, NBC news anchor

Christopher Buckley, author

William F. Buckley Jr., columnist

Prince Charles, British royalty

Adrienne Clarkson, Canadian governor general

Robert J. Dole, former senator from Kansas

Marlin Fitzwater, former White House press secretary

Newt Gingrich, former House speaker

Merv Griffin, entertainer

Alfonse D'Amato, former senator from New York

Michael K. Deaver, former White House aide

Luis Ernesto Derbez, Mexican foreign minister

John Edwards, senator from North Carolina

Lars Engqvist, Swedish deputy prime minister

Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Turkish prime minister

Michael Feinstein, musician

Valery Giscard D'Estaing, former French president

Rudolph W. Giuliani, former mayor of New York

Mikhail Gorbachev, former Soviet president

Donald E. Graham, Washington Post Co. chairman

Alexander M. Haig Jr., former secretary of state

Marvin Hamlisch, composer

John Hutton, former White House physician

Jack Kemp, former secretary of housing and urban development

John F. Kerry, senator from Massachusetts and presumptive Democratic presidential nominee

Henry Kissinger, former secretary of state

Vaclav Klaus, president of the Czech Republic

Ed Koch, former mayor of New York

Mary McAleese, president of Ireland

Thabo Mbeki, president of South Africa

Robert H. Michel, former House minority leader

Keith Mitchell, prime minister of Grenada

Brian Mulroney, former Canadian prime minister

Yasuhiro Nakasone, former Japanese prime minister

George E. Pataki, New York governor

Colin L. Powell, secretary of state

Tom Ridge, secretary of homeland security

Joan Rivers, comedian

Pat Robertson, religious broadcaster

Donald H. Rumsfeld, secretary of defense

Frederick Ryan, former White House aide

Marta Sahagun, first lady of Mexico

Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg

Edwin Schlossberg

Paul Scoon, former governor general of Grenada

Gerhard Schroeder, German chancellor

Bernard Shaw, former CNN news anchor

George P. Shultz, former secretary of state

Alan Simpson, former senator from Wyoming

Natwar Singh, foreign minister of India

Robert S. Strauss, former ambassador to the Soviet Union

Margaret Thatcher, former British prime minister

Tommy G. Thompson, secretary of health and human services

Dick Thornburgh, former attorney general

Caspar W. Weinberger, former defense secretary

Togo West, former secretary of the Army

Lally Weymouth, writer

Charles Wick, former director of the U.S. Information Agency

George F. Will, columnist

Anthony A. Williams, mayor of Washington

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