Frieda Dahlenburg was a validated German supercentenarian who died in 2017 at the age of 110.

Frieda Dahlenburg was born in Suchsdorf, Kiel, Germany, on 13 April 1907. She is the youngest of six children in a dairy owner’s family. Despite the famines before and between the wars, her family always had ample food, including butter, eggs, cheese, and meat.

After graduating from a girls’ high school, she met her future husband at a business school ball. The couple became engaged at August 1927 and married on May 1928. The couple had two daughters. Due to her husband’s state government job, they lived in Schleswig until moving to Walkerdamm.

In 1924, aged 17. (Source: 110 Club)

In 1924, aged 17.
(Source: 110 Club)

Dahlenburg maintained her health with daily walks, regular exercise, and calf massages. She enjoyed good literature and music and lived independently until she turned 100. After discovering her daughter was injured and robbed in her apartment, she moved into a nursing home.

Dahlenburg passed away in Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany, on 21 July 2017, at the age of 110 years, 99 days.

LongeviQuest congratulates Frieda Dahlenburg’s family on her posthumous recognition.

For more information, please view Mrs. Dahlenburg’s Directory Profile here.