|Birth:||27 May 1902|
Huy, Liege, Belgium
|Death:||7 September 2014|
Zoutleeuw, Flemish Brabant, Belgium
|Age:||112 years, 103 days|
Fanny Pardon-Godin (27 May 1902 – 7 September 2014) was a Belgian supercentenarian. She was born in Huy (Hoei), in the province of Liege, and lived in Zoutleeuw (Leau), which is part of the province of Flemish Brabant. Godin is the second-oldest Belgian person ever and one of only two Belgian persons to have reached the age of 112. The oldest person ever from Belgium was Joanna Deroover who died in 2002, aged 112 years, 186 days).
Fanny Félicie Florentine Godin was born on 27 May 1902, the youngest of four daughters. She married Jacques Pardon (1907–1977) in 1941. They had a daughter, Claude, in 1944. She had no grandchildren. She was able to swim until she was 109 years old. Godin was the oldest living person of Belgium since the death of 111-year-old Germaine Degueldre on 11 May 2012, until her own death at age 112 on 7 September 2014. After her passing, 110-year-old Anna de Guchtenaere became the oldest person in Belgium.
- Gerontology Research Group
- Table A - Verified Supercentenarians (Listed Chronologically By Birth Date) GRG
|Belgium's Oldest Living Person Titleholders (V • E)|
Maria Irma Casteur • Catharina Ververs • Marie de Ruyver • Joanna Deroover • Anne-Marie Vandermersch • Louis Marion • Victoire Ricaille • Maria Arnou-Verkeyn • Maria Annaert • Irma van de Voorde • Marcelle Droogmans • Romanie Pollet • Bernardina van Dommelen • Gabrielle Demets • Adrienne Ledent • Germaine Degueldre • Fanny Godin • Anna de Guchtenaere • Alicia Corveleyn • Fernande Everaert-De Raeve • Madeleine Dullier • Elisabeth De Proost