The oldest person in the world, Lucile Randona French nun known as Sister André, has died to the 118 years old“peacefully while sleeping,” according to the residence where he resided.
He has worn the title of oldest person in the world a little less than a year, since he took over from Kane Takana, a Japanese woman who passed away last April at the age of 119.
The sister andre was born on February 11, 1904. So she has stayed just a few days away from turning 119 years old. In her youth she was a teacher, and during World War II she became a nun, and she dedicated herself to helping orphaned children of the war. She worked caring for children and the elderly for almost 30 years.
Lucile Randon she was the oldest of about 1,000 supercentenarios certificates in the world. This is the name given to people who have passed the 110 years old.
World’s oldest person dies at 118
This French survivor was working until she was 108 years old, which gives her one of her records, as the person who has worked the longest. It is also the oldest person to overcome the coronavirus. She contracted it at the age of 116, but overcame it in three weeks with mild symptoms. He was, moreover, the oldest nun that is known
After retire at 108 years old because she had lost her sight, Lucile Randon spent the last 10 years of her life in a nursing home, where she passed away peacefully yesterday.
Lucile has been only 4 years away from reaching the record of 122 years of his compatriot Jeanne Louise Calment, the oldest person that has been documented.
Both Lucile and Louise share the same longevity secret: every day they ate some chocolateand they drank a glass of wine. Something very French, on the other hand.
For now, after death of Lucile Randon, The title of oldest person in the world, it remains deserted. There are many candidates, but before someone takes over, it is necessary to prove that it is their true age through a medical examination and documentary research.
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