Re: [GRG] Fanny Godin has died

That’s the only information I received, Paul.

Op 8 september 2014 23:08 schreef Paul Wakfer

But “health deteriorated rather rapidly” does not describe any of
the signs or symptoms of that “health deteriorated”, which is what
would be most interesting. Can you glean anything more substantive
from the reports?
Unfortunately, people of this age are simply expected to die at any
time and no one around her, not even the medical people most
involved with her, has any great interest in the precise
medical/physiological nature of the deterioration.
–Paul

On 14-09-08 04:08 PM, Bart Versieck
wrote:

Her health deteriorated rather rapidly
the final week of her life, and she had been close to death
since Friday evening apparently, dying exactly two days later,
i.e. yesterday evening, my dear beloved colleagues.

Op 8 september 2014 20:46 schreef
Paul Wakfer

Any reports about
her cause of death or events leading to her death?
–Paul

On 14-09-08 01:48 PM, Sven Bulterijs wrote:

Article from Dutch newspaper below.
It mentions that she was in good health
last may when she celebrated her 112th
birthday. Back then she still walked
around with her cane. 

Oudste Belg overleden op 112-jarige
leeftijd 

Foto:
DLL

Fanny

Godin, de oudste Belg en zelfs oudste
bewoner van de Benelux, is zondagavond op
112-jarige leeftijd overleden. Dat wordt
maandag bevestigd door het rusthuis waar ze
verbleef.

Fanny Godin
stond op de achtste plaats van de oudste
inwoners van Europa en op 39ste plaats in de
hele wereld. Ze was met haar 112 jaar wel de
oudste inwoner van de Benelux en verbleef in
het woonzorgcentrum Onze Lieve Vrouw van
Lourdes in Zoutleeuw. 

In mei vierde
het kranige oudje nog haar verjaardag.
‘Fanny geniet nog elke dag met volle teugen
van het leven’, zeiden haar verzorgers nog
op haar verjaardag in mei. ‘Ze houdt van
klassieke muziek, literatuur en de natuur.
Ze is in uitstekende gezondheid, stapt met
behulp van een wandelstok en kan nog vrij
goed vertellen over vroeger en nu. Ze neemt
elke week deel aan de blijf-fit activiteit’,
klonk het toen.

Fanny Godin
werd geboren op 27 mei 1902 in Hoei (Luik),
maar woonde bijna haar hele leven in
Brussel. Sinds geruime tijd verbleef ze in
het woonzorgcentrum in Zoutleeuw.

Anna De
Guchtenaere is nieuwe ‘Oudste Belg’

De titel van ‘Oudste Belg’ gaat nu naar
Anna De Guchtenaere, die in april dit jaar
haar 110e verjaardag vierde. Anna kreeg toen
zelfs een groot feest van de Stad Gent. ‘De
kaap van 110 is zeldzaam. Er bestaat zelfs een
aparte term voor. Anna is nu een
supereeuweling.’ speechte schepen van
Burgerzaken en Protocol Sofie Bracke op haar
verjaardagsfeestje. De vrouw mag zich al zeven
jaar op rij ‘Oudste Gentenaar’ noemen, en is
sinds 26 augustus ook de Oudste Gentenaar
ooit. Nu mag Anna daar dus een nieuwe titel
aan toevoegen.

 

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