LongeviQuest is pleased to announce the age validation of Vicie George at 110 years old. She was an American supercentenarian born on 24 November 1909 in East Feliciana Parish, Louisiana, USA.
While growing up, George was passionate about learning to the point that she excelled in geography and history classes while attending school. However, aside from her passion for academics, she also enjoyed playing baseball.
She married Grover George in February 1925, with whom she had seven children with. They kept their marriage strong for 64 years until Grover passed away in 1989.
Vicie George passed away on 12 January 2020 in Decatur, Georgia, USA. She was 110 years and 49 days old at the time of her death.
For more information, please visit Vicie George’s Directory Profile here.
LongeviQuest is delighted to announce the age validation of Eva Marguerite Cooper at 111 years old. She was an American supercentenarian born on 29 January 1910 in Aliceville, Alabama, USA.
Eva was born as one of eight children to parents George Bryant White and Eunice White.
Cooper worked with the Mississippi State Department of Education for seven years after moving to Jackson in 1929. She then spent over thirty years as the secretary of Superintendent of Schools and Board of Education of Jackson Public Schools.
At some point in her life, she married Shelby Cooper and had a son who later grew up to be a doctor.
Eva Marguerite Cooper passed away on 5 February 2021 in Shreveport, Louisiana, USA. She was 111 years old at the time of her death and was survived by her son, three grandchildren, and nine great-grandchildren.
For more information, please view Eva Marguerite Cooper’s Directory Profile here.
LongeviQuest is pleased to announce the age validation of Juanita Mitchell at 111 years old. She is an American supercentenarian considered as one of the oldest living residents of Illinois, USA.
Juanita Mitchell was born on 15 December 1911, in Louisiana, to her parents named William Carrere and Cinderella Cannon. When she was 7 years old, she moved with her mother and younger sister to Chicago, Illinois. They were staying with her aunt and uncle, Beulah and Cecil White, in a house near the corner of 35th Street and Giles Avenue. This was when the family witnessed the Red Summer unfold in the city in 1919.
Juanita Mitchell was a graduate of Hyde Park High School then worked as a seamstress. She also worked as a schoolteacher just before getting married. After marriage, she had a daughter and a son.
She lived most of her life in Chicago until she moved to Flossmoor, Illinois, in 1996.
For more information, please view Juanita Mitchell’s Directory Profile here.