World’s second longest-lived woman dies at 116 in Poland

Until the age of 103, Thekla lived alone, after which her grandson Adam moved in with her. The death of a woman on Friday morning was announced by her grandson Adam. In 1980, the spouse died at the age of 96. In 1945, the couple moved to the south of Poland in the city of Gliwice, where they lived until their death. In 1927 she married Jan Yunevich. April 25, Kane Tanaka, who was considered the oldest person on Earth, died in Japan. Tekla Yunevich (Dadak) was born on June 10, 1906 in the territory of Austria-Hungary in the village of Krupsko, 40 km from Lvov. She was born on January 2, 1903, she was 119 years old. In total, Tekla had five grandchildren, four great-grandchildren and four great-great-grandchildren. At present, the oldest living woman is sister Andre (in the world Lucille Randon), who was born on February 11, 1904 of the year. The second oldest woman in the world and the oldest resident of Poland has died at the age of 117, according to the publication Misyjne. Rate the material Истoчник aif.ru He said that the grandmother felt well until the last days and died on the night of Thursday to Friday.