Keith Cody (born 1989) is the founder of the Gerontology Wiki. He is also the founder of the former fansite Supercentenarian Central which was up from 2006 to 2012. He currently resides in Massachusetts. He enjoys studying U.S. Presidents, politics, government, autograph collecting and was a student at Quincy College as of from 2014-2016. He has been a member of The 110 Club since 11 October 2007.

Interest in Supercentenarians

It all started when he saw the site Gerontology Research Group in 2001 when he was 12 years old. He has loved studying supercentenarians ever since he heard people could live to be over 110 years old. He has explored supercentenarians for years and plans to explore them more. He has met many others researchers from all around the world while as well in this interest over the past decade. He has followed so many supercentenarian such as Joan Riudavets, Walter Breuning, Jiroemon Kimura, Besse Cooper, and was always inspired by them and the things he did. Although he never met any of them he was always amazed by them. He has gotten letters and autographs back from some of them.

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