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New Validation: Salvatore Nardi (1912-Present) of Italy

As a young man. (Source: LaC Play) As a young man. (Source: LaC Play)

LongeviQuest is pleased to report that the European Supercentenarian Organisation (ESO) has validated the age of Salvatore Nardi at 110 years. Born on 14 October 1912 in Simbario, Calabria, Italy, he is currently trailing Tripolino Giannini as the oldest living man in Italy.

As a young man. (Source: LaC Play)
As a young man. (Source: LaC Play)

He was married twice and had four children from it. Mr. Nardi said that he attributed his life straying away from anxiety and worries and that led him to be a supercentenarian.

For more information, please view Mr. Nardi’s Directory Profile here.

The European Supercentenarian Organisation (ESO) is an Accredited Partner Organization of LongeviQuest.  ESO researchers are represented on the Global Validation Commission by Dr. Andrew Holmes.

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