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New Validation: Josefina Quirós Soto (1905-2015) of Costa Rica

At the age of 107. (Source: Elias Eduardo Chaves Alvarez)

LongeviQuest is delighted to announce the age validation of Josefina Quirós Soto at 110 years old. She was a Costa Rican supercentenarian recognized as the oldest (known) living person of her country at the time of her death.

Josefina Quirós Soto was born on 12 April 1905 in Grecia, Alajuela, Costa Rica, to parents Amadeo Quirós Fonseca and Belarmina Soto Quirós.

She married Fernando Vega Kopper in 1928 and the couple had two sons and two daughters.

At the age of 107.
(Source: Elias Eduardo Chaves Alvarez)

Josefina was a distant relative of Marita Camacho Quirós, Costa Rica’s former first lady and oldest person ever.

At the age of 110 years and 178 days, Josefina Quirós Soto passed away on 7 October 2015 in Liberia, Guanacaste, Costa Rica.

For more information, please view Josefina Quirós Soto’s Directory Profile here.

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