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World’s oldest person, French nun Sister Andre, dies

At 118 years old, Sister Andre, a French nun, is now the world’s oldest person.

According to Reuters, her retirement home confirmed this news on Tuesday.

Lucile Randon was born in 1904, a decade prior to the start of World War One. She took the name Sister Andre in 1944 when she joined a Catholic charitable organization, one year before the end.

She was able to survive two major global health crises: the 1918 Spanish flu and COVID-19 in recent years.


As she celebrated her 117th Birthday in February 2021 after a health scare Sister Andre stated that death was not something that bothered her.

She stated, “No, I wasn’t scared because it wasn’t scary to die,”

The birthday celebration was marked by a cake and a blessing. She said, “It was so, so, so good.”

“I met all the people I loved and thanked God for giving them to my life. God is my God.

According to the Gerontology Research Group’s World Supercentenarian Rankings, she was the oldest living person in the world.

Image Sister Andre stated that she wasn’t afraid to die


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