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Andree Bertoletto, France’s Second-Oldest Person, Turned 113

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LongeviQuest is delighted to announce that France’s second-oldest living person turned 113 years old. On 1 January 2024, Andree Bertoletto celebrates her 113th birthday and 110 years of presence in Montsûr (Mayenne), her native village. Her family and friends were there to honor her milestone with her.


Andree Bertoletto was born in La Chapelle-Anthenaise, Mayenne, Pays de la Loire, France on 1 January 1911. She was a sister and a wife. At 105, a flood forced Bertoletto to relinquish her independent life in her own home. She found comfort and support at “La douceur de vivre,” a nursing home in Montsurs.

Andree Bertoletto currently lives in Montsurs, Mayenne, Pays de la Loire, France. She is currently the second-oldest known living person in Pays de la Loire, as well as the second-oldest known living person in France, after Marie-Rose Tessier.

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