|Birth:||28 July 1903|
113 years, 363 days
Honorine Jeanne Marie Rondello (née Cadoret) (born 28 July 1903) is a verified French supercentenarian.
She was born in Bretagne, France. When her father, a fisherman, passed away while Honorine was a child, she had to take care of her two younger sisters. In 1919, at age 16, she quit school to help support the family and started working as a hotel worker and taylor.
She married a cheramist named Etienne François Rondello on 2 October 1929. The couple had a daughter named Yvette.
Around 1941, Honorine moved to a Southeast French town called Saint-Maximin-la-Sainte-Baume because of the German and Italian occupation of the country. She also worked as a chef for an upper-middle class family and retired in 1976. She became a widow in 1984.
In 2010, she had a fall while visiting Yvette, and was subsequently wheelchaired and moved to a nursing home.
On her 110th birthday, it was mentioned that Honorine is an avid reader and still keeps up with current events and news. She claimed that she doesn’t have any secrets for her longevity. On her 112th birthday, it was reported that she had poor hearing, but still mentally aware. At age 113, she is currently the oldest living person in France.
|France's Oldest Living Person Titleholders (V • T • E)|
Marie-Philomene Flassayer • Marguerite-Marie Ayne • Rosine Wolff • Desiree Foucher • Marie-Ernestine Compain • Marie-Virginie Duhem • Frederique Noel • Augustine Tessier • Elisa Esnault • Eugenie Roux • Jeanne Calment • Marie-Helene Chanteperdrix • Jeanne Dumaine • Marie Bremont • Germaine Haye • Anne Primout • Camille Loiseau • Marie-Simone Capony • Clementine Solignac • Eugenie Blanchard • Maria Diaz • Marcelle Narbonne • Marie-Therese Bardet • Paule Bronzini • Irenise Moulonguet • Suzanne Burrier • Marie Liguinen • Olympe Amaury • Eudoxie Baboul • Elisabeth Collot • Honorine Rondello