LongeviQuest is delighted to share that Clarabell Demers, North Dakota’s oldest person, turns 113. She is an American supercentenarian known as the current oldest living person in North Dakota, USA. 

Clarabell Demers was born on 3 November 1910 in Acton, Walsh County, North Dakota, USA. 

Her granddaughter, Leanne, shared a recent photo of Clarabell holding a congratulatory certificate from the Office of the Governor of South Dakota. This is in recognition of her turning 113 years old, thus making her the oldest person in the state. The photo was then publicly shared by the WDAY  Meteorologist Lydia Blume in her social media post greeting Grandma D.

Clarabell Demers' 113th Birthday
Clarabell Demers’ 113th Birthday

In 1930, she was married to Frederick Demers with whom she had three children with. The family lived on a farm until 1944 before they purchased a building and refurbished it ito JR’s Bar. She and her husband ran the bar until Frederick passed away in 1979. Since then, it was operated by their son, Donald and grandsons Guy and Gene. 

Clarabell is currently residing in Grafton, North Dakota, USA. 

LongeviQuest sends our warmest greetings of celebration for Clarabell’s birthday. 

For more information, please visit Clarabell Demers’ Directory Profile here. 

LongeviQuest is delighted to announce the age validation of Clarabell Demers of the United States at age 112. She was born in Acton, Walsh County, North Dakota, United States on 3 November 1910. Demers grew up in the village of Oakwood. She was a lifelong member of the Catholic Church there before going on to St. John’s in Grafton where she lives at present. Demers is currently the oldest known living person in North Dakota, USA.

As a child. (Source: Facebook)
As a child.
(Source: Facebook)

In 1930, Demers got married and the couple had three children whom they lived with on a farm until 1944. They purchased a building and refurbished it into JR’s Bar, which she ran with her husband. The bar is now operated by her son and grandsons.

In November 2022, she had 19 grandchildren, 35 great-grandchildren, and 14 great-great-grandchildren. At the time, she credited four ounces of red wine a day for living a long and healthy life.

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