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Local officials paid tribute to Juan Vicente Perez, Venezuela’s oldest man, who passed away just two months before his 115th birthday. Born on May 27, 1909, Mr. Perez lived through two World Wars and the Covid pandemic, crediting his long life to hard work, rest on holidays, early bedtime, daily aguardiente, love for God, and always carrying him in his heart. He was married for 60 years to Ediofina del Rosario Garcia and had 11 children, 42 grandchildren, 18 great-grandchildren, and 12 great-great-grandchildren.

In 2019, Mr. Perez celebrated his 110th birthday and became the first male supercentenarian from Venezuela. The governor of Tachira expressed deep sadness at Mr. Perez’s passing while President Nicholas Maduro offered condolences on behalf of the nation. The world’s next oldest living man is expected to be Gisaburo Sonobe of Japan, aged 112, pending confirmation from Guinness World Records.

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