Betty Ford: A first lady's farewell
The former first lady of the United States - and always the first lady of Michigan - Betty Ford was laid to rest on July 14, 2011. Here's a look back at the
Video: Betty Ford motorcade to church
Watch the motorcade procession transporting the body of Betty Ford from the Ford Presidential Museum to Grace Episcopal Church.
Video: The funeral of Betty Ford
Watch the entire funeral service for former first lady Betty Ford at the Grace Episcopal Church in Grand Rapids.
Betty Ford 'knew how to love'
The dancer who won the heart of both Jerry Ford and millions around the world, was laid to rest on the day her husband would have turned 98. She was 93.
Betty Ford's lasting impact
Elaine Bower, the program administrator at Spectrum Health Breast Care Services, discusses how Betty Ford's private struggle with breast cancer has impacted
Matt McLogan talks Ford funeral plans
Matt McLogan, the vice president of university relations at Grand Valley State University, and a Ford family spokesman, talks about the events regarding the
Betty Ford route from museum to church
Betty Ford will take one final trip to church on Thursday morning, following a route from the Ford Museum to Grace Episcopal Church.
Betty Ford is home
The body of former first lady Betty Ford was transported from California, to the Ford Airport, and then in a motorcade to the museum named after her late
City prepares for Betty Ford funeral
The city of Grand Rapids is preparing for the funeral of former first lady Betty Ford, set for Thursday.
Barbara Bush, Bill Clinton coming to GR
Former first lady Barbara Bush and former U.S. President Bill Clinton will be in Grand Rapids on Thursday for the funeral of Betty Ford.
Betty Ford motorcade route announced
When Betty Ford comes home to Grand Rapids, she'll land at the airport and travel along the highway named for her late husband on her way to her final resting
Pierson soldier to support Ford funeral
Michigan Army National Guard Spc. Cory Fannon of Pierson has been called to support the funeral of former first lady Betty Ford.
Soldiers to help with B. Ford services
More than 120 Michigan Army National Guard soldiers are expected to assist with services in Grand Rapids for former first lady Betty Ford.
Preparing for Betty Ford's 'homecoming'
Preparations for the funeral of former first lady Betty Ford have been underway for years -- perhaps even when then-President Gerald Ford was in office.
To The Point: Betty Ford 1918-2011
The life of Betty Ford is the topic of this special edition of To The Point, July 10, 2011.
'I thank Mrs. Ford for everything'
Signers from around the state and around the country have put pen to paper. Some came simply to sign, while others had more to say about how her boldness is