Juan Perez, Crowned World's Oldest Man By Guinness, Dies At 114

Juan Perez, Topped World’s Oldest Man By Guinness, Dies At 114

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Juan Vicente additionally survived COVID-19 in 2020

Venezuelan Juan Vicente Perez Mora, named by Guinness World Data because the oldest man on the earth has died simply weeks earlier than his a hundred and fifteenth birthday. 

Guinness awarded him the excellence on February 4, 2022, when he was 112 years and 253 days after Saturnino de le Fuento Garcia died weeks earlier. 

He attributed his longevity to “working exhausting, resting on holidays, going to mattress early, consuming a glass of aguardiente each day, loving God, and at all times carrying him in his coronary heart.”  

Governor Freddy Bernal stated on X, “With deep disappointment and ache we are saying goodbye to this archetype of Tachirense man, humble, hardworking, peaceable, obsessed with household and custom.” 

Mr Mora was the daddy of 11, and 41 grandchildren, 18 great-grandchildren, and 12 great-great-grandchildren. 

“On the age of 5 years previous, he began working together with his dad and brothers in agriculture and assisted with sugar cane and occasional harvesting,” a Guinness assertion from 2022 stated.

Perez went on to grow to be a sheriff and was accountable for resolving land and household disputes, whereas nonetheless working in agriculture. 

After dwelling by each World Wars, seeing the invention of the tv, and witnessing the touchdown of a person on the moon, Juan Vicente additionally survived COVID-19 in 2020.  

President Nicolas Maduro of Venezuela additionally paid tribute to Perez on social media, writing: “Juan Vicente Perez Mora has transcended into eternity at 114 years previous. I ship my hugs and condolences to his household and to all of the folks of El Cobre, Tachira state. Could God obtain him in his holy glory.”


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