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World’s second oldest person dies at 116

World's second oldest person dies at 116
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Polishing Decla JuniewiczThe world’s second-oldest person died this Friday at the age of 116, his grandson told a Polish television network TVN24.

Zunevich was born in 1906 in Krupsko, Lviv Oblast (now Ukraine), which was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

When Poland became independent in 1918, Juniewicz was 12 years old. She lived with her husband in her native part of Poland during the interwar period until the outbreak of World War II.

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Decla Juniwickz remained independent until the age of 103. “He loved the cinema, historical events, card games, reading, the company of others and travel”, recalled a statement from the municipality of Clivís, where Zünewich lived since 1945.

Juniewicz was 5 grandchildren, 4 great-grandchildren and 4 great-great-grandchildren, His youngest daughter, 93 years old, is still alive.

118-year-old French woman Lucille Rondon is the oldest person After Japan’s Ken Tanaka died on April 19 at the age of 119, according to the Gerontological Research Group’s list of the world’s oldest people.

The group notes that the second senior person of the world Maria Branyas Moreira, 115-year-old Hispanic American.

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