|Birth:||24 March 1897|
Dzietzkowitz, German Empire (now Myslowice, Poland)
|Death:||14 February 2010|
|Age:||112 years, 327 days|
Rosa Rein (24 March 1897 – 14 February 2010) was a Polish-Swiss supercentenarian. She was born in Dzietzkowitz in the eastern part of the German Empire. Presently, the place of her birth is Dziećkowice, a distict of Mysłowice, Silesia Voivodeship, Poland. During part of her life, she lived in Brazil. She lived in Switzerland until her death in 2010. Rein had been the oldest living person in Switzerland since 3 September 2006, following the death of 110-year-old Anna Ringier-Kieser. Since 20 June 2008 she has held the record for being the oldest Swiss ever, still holding this record today.
Rein was married in 1935 and she and her first husband moved to Brazil after the Holocaust in 1938 until he died. She remarried in 1949 and in 1973 her second husband died. She had no kids and her mother died in a German concentration camp.
Later life and death
Rein was in good health. In 2001, at the age of 104, she moved to a nursing home in Switzerland. Rein died there at the age of 112 years, 327 days. At the time of her death, she was the 14th-oldest living person and 4th-oldest living European.
- Table A - Verified Supercentenarians (Listed Chronologically By Birth Date) GRG, As of January 1, 2015