Rosalynn Carter, the wife of former US President Jimmy Carter, passed away peacefully in Georgia at the age of 97. In recent years, she had been suffering from dementia and was surrounded by her family at the time of her death.
Jimmy Carter expressed that his wife played a crucial role in all his achievements, guiding and supporting him throughout his career. They had met and married in 1946 when Rosalynn was just 18 years old and Jimmy was 21. Thirty years later, Carter became the 39th president of the United States, and Rosalynn quickly established herself as one of the most influential first ladies in history.
After her husband’s defeat in the 1980 elections, Rosalynn shifted her focus to humanitarian projects, particularly supporting those struggling with mental illness. She continued to be an advocate for mental health awareness until her passing.
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