It is with great sadness that LongeviQuest has to report the passing of Enriqueta Moreno Casares, the second-oldest known living person in Mexico.
Mrs. Moreno Casares passed away in Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico, on 17 June 2023, at the age of 112 years, 337 days.
Born in Charcas, San Luis Potosí on 15 July 1910, she moved to the State of Coahuila at some point in her life. Allegedly, she had met Pancho Villa in the early 1920s. She never married nor had children. She was known as “señora Quetita”.
Her age has been listed as a pending validation by the Latin American Supercentenarians (LAS) since August 2020, but the validation process was never completed due to lack of mid-life evidence. At the time of death, she was the second-oldest living person in Mexico whose age is fully or partially documented, behind 113-year-old Susana Gutiérrez Godoy of Zacatecas.
Our condolences are extended to the family and friends of Mrs. Moreno Casares.
He was born on 8 May 1914 (claims 22 March 1911) in Palmarito near Salcedo, Hermanas Mirabal Province, Dominical Republic where he is still currently living right now.
He attended the Santa Eduvigis festivities in El Algarrobo, Moca around 1940 where he met Aurelia Almánzar. The couple got married soon after and had 12 children overall. He provided for his family by working in the agricultural field.
For more information, please view Mr. Reynoso’s Directory Profile here.
LongeviQuest is saddened to report the death of Teresa Moraga Jara on 5 May 2023. Sra. Moraga Jara, although not yet validated by LongeviQuest, is considered to be the oldest known person in Chile. Born on 29 January 1912, she does have age-supporting documentation and has a pending validation from the Latin American Supercentenarians (LAS).
One of her grandchildren, with a heavy heart, posted on Facebook about her passing and the details of her vigil and funeral. LongeviQuest offers our condolences to her family and loved ones.
To learn more about her life, please visit her Directory Profile here.