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job = [[wikipedia:First Lady of the United States|First Lady of the United States]] |
dates = January 20, [[1987]] - January 20, [[1991]] |
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dates = prior to [[1991]] |
 
predeccessor = [[wikipedia:Nancy Reagan|Nancy Reagan]] |
 
predeccessor = [[wikipedia:Nancy Reagan|Nancy Reagan]] |
 
successor = [[Libby Lassiter]] |
 
successor = [[Libby Lassiter]] |
 
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'''Cecilia Everett Newman''', was the [[wikipedia:First Lady of the United States|First Lady of the United States]] from [[1987]] to [[1991]]. She is the wife of former President [[D. Wire Newman]]. Cecilia was commonly known for teaching Sunday School in the White House.
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'''Cecilia Everett Newman''', was the [[wikipedia:First Lady of the United States|First Lady of the United States]] from at some point before [[1991]]. She is the wife of former President [[D. Wire Newman]]. Cecilia was commonly known for teaching Sunday School in the White House.
   
 
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Revision as of 18:53, March 27, 2009

Cecilia Everett Newman, was the First Lady of the United States from at some point before 1991. She is the wife of former President D. Wire Newman. Cecilia was commonly known for teaching Sunday School in the White House.


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PREDECESSOR
Nancy Reagan
First Lady of the United States
1987-1991
SUCCESSOR
Libby Lassiter
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