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Maria Redaelli (ITA, 1899-2013)

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Yesterday marked the 10th anniversary of the sad death of Ms. Maria Redaelli, at 113 years and 364 days.

At the time of her death, Ms. Redaelli was the oldest known living person in Europe and the fourth-oldest living person in the world, behind Mr. Kimura, Ms. Okawa and Ms. Weaver. She was also the second to last Italian person born in the 1800s, behind Zia Emma Morano.

Ms. Redaelli was born in Inzago, Milan, Lombardy Region (ITA) on 3 April 1899.

She was still able to walk some without assistance until shortly before her death. She sadly passed away in her sleep in Novate Milanese, Milan, Lombardy Region (ITA) on 2 April 2013, one day before her 114th birthday and few days after a bad fall.

On 23 February 2012, Ms. Redaelli became the oldest living person in Italy, after the death of 113-year-old Ms. Nardari. She held this record for slightly over a year before her own death.

She became the oldest living person in Europe on 8 June 2012, following the death of 114-year-old  Ms. Bardet (FRA).

Ms. Redaelli is currently the seventh-oldest Italian person ever, and the oldest person ever to be born and die in Lombardy region (ITA). She is also the oldest person to ever lived in Milan, Lombardy Region (ITA).

 Aged 111.

 

On her 112th birthday in 2011.

 

On her 113th birthday in 2012.

 

2 or 3 days before her death, with the 114th birthday cake (the effects of the bad fall are clearly visible).

Riposi in pace signora Redaelli.

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I remember Maria’s 113th birthday, when some of the Inter Milan players visited her and gave her the shirt numbered 113.

If I recall correctly she had supported them for many years.


   
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Posted by: @ale76

Yesterday marked the 10th anniversary of the sad death of Ms. Maria Redaelli, at 113 years and 364 days.

At the time of her death, Ms. Redaelli was the oldest known living person in Europe and the fourth-oldest living person in the world, behind Mr. Kimura, Ms. Okawa and Ms. Weaver. She was also the second to last Italian person born in the 1800s, behind Zia Emma Morano.

Ms. Redaelli was born in Inzago, Milan, Lombardy Region (ITA) on 3 April 1899.

She was still able to walk some without assistance until shortly before her death. She sadly passed away in her sleep in Novate Milanese, Milan, Lombardy Region (ITA) on 2 April 2013, one day before her 114th birthday and few days after a bad fall.

On 23 February 2012, Ms. Redaelli became the oldest living person in Italy, after the death of 113-year-old Ms. Nardari. She held this record for slightly over a year before her own death.

She became the oldest living person in Europe on 8 June 2012, following the death of 114-year-old  Ms. Bardet (FRA).

Ms. Redaelli is currently the seventh-oldest Italian person ever, and the oldest person ever to be born and die in Lombardy region (ITA). She is also the oldest person to ever lived in Milan, Lombardy Region (ITA).

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 Aged 111.

 

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On her 112th birthday in 2011.

 

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On her 113th birthday in 2012.

 

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2 or 3 days before her death, with the 114th birthday cake (the effects of the bad fall are clearly visible).

Riposi in pace signora Redaelli.

She was so strong for her age, and seemed to have some amazing potential, not too dissimilar to Emma Morano. Considering that she was still standing up and seemed strong despite having this fall, does that mean that her death could've resulted from head trauma? When I think of really sad and unfortunate SC deaths, hers often comes to mind for me. 

Rest in peace, Mrs. Redaelli.

 

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@mendocino Did you already follow SCs at time she passed away?

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@mendocino Did you already follow SCs at time she passed away?

No, I only really took a serious interest in SCs starting in 2019.

 

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