List of Invited Guests at Reagan, Bush Swearing-In
WASHINGTON (AP) _ Ninety-five invited guests, including the president and vice president, attended the swearing-in ceremony Sunday of President Reagan and Vice President George Bush.
White House officials, who earlier had said no guest list would be made available because it was considered a private event, did assist in compiling the names of the family members and representatives from Reagan’s church, the Supreme Court, Congress, Cabinet, military and White House staff.
President and Mrs. Ronald Reagan
Vice President and Mrs. George Bush
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Reagan
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Reagan and son Cameron
Maureen Reagan and her husband, Dennis Revell
Mr. and Mrs. Ron Reagan
Dr. and Mrs. Richard Davis
Anne Davis, accompanied by David Hennesey
Mrs. Prescott Bush Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Prescott Bush, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. George Bush Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bush Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Bush.
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Bush.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Bush
Mr. and Mrs. Bill LeBlond
Mr. and Mrs. William Bush
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Ellis
Chief Justice of the United States and Mrs. Warren Burger
Retired Supreme Court Justice and Mrs. Potter Stewart
The Rev. and Mrs. Donn Moomaw
House Speaker and Mrs. Thomas P. O’Neill Jr.
House Minority Leader and Mrs. Robert H. Michel
Senate President Pro Tempore and Mrs. Strom Thurmond
Senate Majority Leader Robert J. Dole
Senate Minority Leader and Mrs. Robert Byrd
Sen. and Mrs. Paul Laxalt
Gen. and Mrs. John W. Vessey Jr.
Secretary of State George P. Shultz and daughter
Attorney General and Mrs. William French Smith
Treasury Secretary and Mrs. Donald T. Regan
Defense Secretary and Mrs. Caspar Weinberger
Interior Secretary and Mrs. William P. Clark
Agriculture Secretary and Mrs. John Block
Commerce Secretary and Mrs. Malcolm Baldrige
Acting Labor Secretary and Mrs. Ford B. Ford
Housing and Urban Development Secretary and Mrs. Samuel Pierce Jr.
Transportation Secretary Elizabeth Dole
Energy Secretary and Mrs. Donald Hodel
Acting Education Secretary and Mrs. Gary Jones
Office of Management and Budget Director and Mrs. David Stockman
Central Intelligency Director and Mrs. William Casey
U.N. Ambassador Jeane Kirkpatrick and husband Evron Kirkpatrick
U.S. Trade Representative and Mrs. William Brock
Presidential Counselor and Mrs. Edwin Meese III
White House Chief of Staff and Mrs. James A. Baker III
Deputy White House Chief of Staff and Mrs. Michael K. Deaver
National Security Adviser and Mrs. Robert C. McFarlane