|Birth:||28 January 1904|
|Death:||2 July 2015|
|Age:||111 years, 155 days|
Margarete Dannheimer (28 January 1904 – 2 July 2015) was a German supercentenarian, who is currently unverified. She has been the oldest living person in Germany from the death of Charlotte Klamroth on 16 May 2015 until her own death on 2 July 2015.
Margarete Dannheimer was born in Ostheim as one of five siblings. In 1930, she married Karl Dannheimer. They were married for 67 years until Karl's death in 1997, at age 94. In 1943, the family moved to Neuendettelsau, where she lived until her death. Together with her husband, Margarete Dannheimer owned a radio shop. She also worked as a receptionist.
At the age of 109, Margarete Dannheimer moved into a nursing home where she was sharing an apartment with her daughter. As wished, she received a radio by Horst Seehofer, minister president of Bavaria. Mrs. Dannheimer daughter attributed her longevity to eating a lot of vegetables like red cabbage, beans, cauliflower, kohlrabi and savoy cabbage instead of enjoying fat.
Margarete Dannheimer died on 2 July 2015, at the age of 111 years, 155 days. After her death, Else Ronsch became the oldest living person in Germany.
|Germany's Oldest Living Person Titleholders (V • E)|
Maria Corba • Elfried Libbert • Paula Baumgartner • Gertrud Pannwitz • Ottilie Aleith • Karolina Kruger • Franziska Umrath • Pauline Spyra • Wilhelm Lehnen • Marie Stegmann • Wilhelm Schorner • Maria Laqua • Rosalia Hasenkampf • Magdalene Regener • Anna Stephan • Lina Zimmer • Hermann Dornemann • Frieda Muller • Irmgard von Stephani • Elsa Tauser • Frieda Borchert • Emma Joisten • Alwine Werner • Zhenya Broytman • Frieda Schmidt • Berta Zeisler • Charlotte Bauch • Karolina Grober • Elisabeth Schneider • Gertrud Henze • Frieda Szwillus • Johanna Klink • Charlotte Klamroth • Margarete Dannheimer • Else Ronsch • Herta Oeser • Gustav Gerneth