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BIOGRAPHY

Kremer was born in Olds Ferry, Idaho, USA, on 13 October 1909, as the eldest of eight children born to parents Mason Paris Creel (1881–1950) and Nevada Ellen Hancock (1890–1981). Five of her siblings were Eleanor Martha Johnson, Richard Mason (died an infant), Virginia Etta Wielde, Vaughn Monty and Ronald Paris. She went to a trade school when she was 13.

On 30 July 1931, she married Charles Robert Kremer (1908–1994). The couple had two children: Jerry R. Kremer (1940–2019) and Diane Dunlop.

Kremer kept gardening until the age of 100. Her younger brother, Paul John Creel, passed away in February 2021, at the age of 103.

Kremer passed away in the Memory Care Facility in Tualatin, Oregon, USA, on 15 December 2019 at the age of 110.

RECOGNITION

On 2 January 2019, following the death of 111-year-old Mildred Novy, she became the oldest living person in the U.S. state of Oregon.

At the time of death, she was the oldest living person who was born in the U.S. state of Idaho, and one of the few people born in Idaho who became reached the age of 110.

ATTRIBUTION

* “Glenna Ellen Creel kremer” – FindAGrave

* “Oregon woman celebrates 110th birthday” – KGW News, 22 October 2019

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