|Birth:||2 November 1906|
Issy-les-Moulineaux, Île-de-France, France
|Death:||24 November 2016|
Grandcamp-Maisy, Normandy, France
|Age:||110 years, 22 days|
Georges Massard (2 November 1906 – 24 November 2016) was a French supercentenarian who was, at the age of 110 years, 22 days, the oldest living man in France, and the last Frenchman born before 1908. He was also the last man in Europe, born in 1906. His case is currently unverified by the GRG.
Massard was born on 2 November, 1906 in Issy-les-Moulineaux (Hauts-de-Seine). He worked as an inspector for Compagnie Générale des Eaux. He was married but had no children.
He lived alone at home until the age of 106. In 2013, he moved into a retirement home in Grandcamp-Maisy (Normandy). At 109, he lost his hearing, but generally he was in a good shape, still managed to have conversations with staff and visitors.
Massard passed away on 24 November 2016. His successor as oldest living man in France is Roger Auvin (born 20 March 1908).
- Georges Massard, 109 ans, le doyen des Français vit à Grandcamp-Maisy Ouest-France, Normandie
- Il vivait en Normandie : Georges Massard, doyen des Français est mort Tendance Ouest
|France's Oldest Living Man Titleholders (V • E)|
Jean Teillet • Louis-Jules Lebon • Unknown • Adolphe Gravelines • Henri Perignon • Emile Fourcade • Bernard Delhom • Louis Arthur Bon • Leon-Clement Estivals • Theophane Rifosta • Alexis Daigneau • Raymond Abescat • Hilaire Dharboulle • Jean Latie • Maurice Floquet • Aime Avignon • Louis de Cazenave • Lazare Ponticelli • Pierre Picault • Joseph Malahieude • Felix Rostaing • Philibert Parnasse • Charles De Antoni • Andre Coudrat • Louis Le Bouedec • Emile Turlant • Philippe Vocanson • Roger Gouzy • Robert Bourdon • Georges Massard • Roger Auvin