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Last living US WWI vet dies in W. Va. at age 110

posted 2/28/2011 10:15:44 AM |
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That's a long time! Think maybe he had a FWB on the side to keep him healthy? If so, I need to find one!

WWI vet article link

RIP Frank Buckles!


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Wordsofwit

Feb 28 @ 11:21AM  
I saw that.
tassie1

Feb 28 @ 1:48PM  
I bought two studebaker 6wd trucks a few weeks back to restore.
they built stuff to last back in the earlier days.
Wordsofwit

Feb 28 @ 4:51PM  
I bought two studebaker 6wd trucks a few weeks back to restore.

Good luck in finding parts for them. More on Studebaker.
Wordsofwit

Feb 28 @ 5:11PM  
I was thinking it was possible that this guy was the Little Johnny that so many people post about, but it turns out his name was Frank
StraddleMyNose

Feb 28 @ 7:19PM  
Oh yeah, I heard this on the radio today with Fox News
casuallylooking

Feb 28 @ 7:28PM  
May he rest in peace.......
KitKat25

Feb 28 @ 9:59PM  
I'm always amazed when people live past 100. He was definitely doing something right.
sugarnspice005

Feb 28 @ 10:08PM  
What a coincidence......my sister and I were talking just last week about WWI vets and wondering if any were still alive. I guess at the time we were talking about it, one was.

Wow, 110 years old. That's a long life.
PinkToeNails

Feb 28 @ 10:18PM  
Wow, 110 years old. That's a long life


I think RevDoc has the same goal!

RJ53

Feb 28 @ 11:51PM  
I think some of the women in my family might just get close to that. My aunt is 97 and still doing all her own housework and just stopped mowing her own lawn two years ago.

I think living that long is more genetics than anything else as two of my great aunts lived to be well over 100.

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Last living US WWI vet dies in W. Va. at age 110