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Subject: Feb.11th~Happy 117th Birthday! Supercentenarian Lucile Randon, WW2 Figure Sidney Walton is 102, Author George Mandel is 101, Pamela Sharples, Baroness Sharples is 98, Tennis Player Robert McCarthy is 97,Tennis Player Budge Patty is 97,

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Date Posted: Wednesday, February 10, 09:04:54pm

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Actor Conrad Janis is 93 Designer Mary Quant is 92, Sportswriter Larry Merchant is 90, Actress Taeko Nakanish turns 90 (NT)jlpWednesday, February 10, 09:05:56pm
Today, Lucile Randon (Sister Sœur André) at exactly 117 years, is now among the TOP 10 all-time oldest verified/documented people ever, in World History. Only 3 on that list had reached the age of 118 or older. ...There are presently 2 living people of that 'Top 10' list -Lucile Randon (117 years/0 days) and Japan's Kane Tanaka (118 years, 40 days).Thursday, February 11, 01:48:05am
  • Why the sad face? (NT) -- She reached an incredible milestone! God Bless her!, Thursday, February 11, 07:44:41am
Some people feel living a very extended life is a curse. How much quality of life could one have at 117! (NT)Father TimeThursday, February 11, 09:18:54am

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