Sarah Brady has died, the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence has announced. Her husband, former press secretary James Brady, was shot in the head during the 1981 attempt on President Ronald Reagan's life.
Sarah Brady, 73, died of pneumonia, her family said. She was the chairwoman of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence and the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence from 2000 until her death.
She did a great job taking care of her husband and doing a great job of going to work on her campaign for Gun control, May she rest in peace.
Gun-control activist and widow of James Brady dies at 73
Sarah Kemp Brady, who became an activist for gun control after her husband was shot in the head in the assassination attempt on President Ronald Reagan, died Friday.
Brady, 73, died in a retirement community in Alexandria, Virginia, after battling pneumonia, family members said in an email.
Brady's husband, former White House Press Secretary James Brady, died Aug. 4, also at the age of 73.
The 1981 assassination attempt on Reagan by John Hinckley Jr. left James Brady partially paralyzed.