Rosalyn Carter, the former First Lady of the United States, passed away peacefully at her home in Plains, Georgia at the age of 96. She had been suffering from dementia for several months and was receiving palliative care with her family by her side.
Rosalyn Carter was a significant figure in White House policy during her husband’s presidency and was known for her advocacy on social issues. She also wrote several books and continued to be an active voice in politics after leaving the White House. Her husband, Jimmy Carter, praised her as his equal partner in all his accomplishments and said that she had always been a source of love and support for him.
Jimmy Carter himself has been receiving palliative care at home with his family since mid-February. The couple married in 1946 and have four children together. They are widely regarded as one of the most influential couples in American history.
Rosalyn Carter’s death leaves behind a legacy of commitment and dedication to her family and nation. Her impact and influence will be remembered by many who knew her personally or followed her work throughout her life.