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Man, 111 years old, credits his long life to weekly fish and chips routine

BySamantha Johnson

Apr 5, 2024
Man, 111 years old, credits his long life to weekly fish and chips routine

John’s family expressed their pride in his new title of the world’s oldest living man, but noted that John himself was taking it “with a pinch of salt” due to his modesty. In a statement, his family described John as a wonderful father, grandfather, great grandfather, and friend, expressing gratitude for his resilience, love for life, good humor, and survival instinct that have allowed him to reach the remarkable age of 111. They also thanked John’s carers at the Hollies care home for their excellent care.

John’s new world title was officially verified by LongeviQuest, a global directory on longevity. Dr. Andrew Holmes, co-founder of the European Supercentenarian Organisation, commended John on his incredible achievement and acknowledged the work of his family in validating his age. Maria Morena, living in Spain, holds the title of the world’s oldest living person at 117 years old.

By Samantha Johnson

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