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On Tuesday, the world lost a remarkable man who was officially recognized as the oldest living man in 2022 by Guinness World Records. Juan Vicente Perez Mora, who was 114 years old at the time of his death, left behind a legacy that extended through multiple generations.

Perez, born on May 27, 1909 in El Cobre, Venezuela, grew up as the ninth of 10 children and began working in agriculture at the young age of five. He assisted his father and brothers with tasks like sugar cane and coffee harvesting. Over the years, he became a respected figure in his community, serving as a sheriff and resolving land and family disputes while continuing his work in agriculture.

Perez’s impact on those around him cannot be overstated. Known affectionately as Tio Vicente, he left behind 11 children, 41 grandchildren, 18 great-grandchildren, and 12 great-great-grandchildren. His dedication and wisdom will continue to inspire future generations for years to come.

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