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At 110 years old, Clémence Rioual is the new Breton dean – Concarneau


Sunday April 11, the oldest Bretons, Anne-Marie Papail, passed away at the age of 111. Residing in La Boussac, near Dol-de-Bretagne, in Ille-et-Vilaine, she was born on June 14, 1909.

The new dean is now Clémence Rioual, who was until then dean of Finistère, and who blew out her 110 candles on March 31. Born in 1911 in Paris to parents from Rosporden and Melgven, Clémence Rioual is the 28th oldest person in France. She has been accommodated for a few weeks at the Cornouaille Rehabilitation Center, in Saint-Yvi. She is expected to return to Concarneau soon, where she has been living with her daughter for several years.

* According to the site centenaires-francais.forumactif.org, which lists all people aged 107 and over, the oldest of historic Brittany is Bernadette Cayé, from Croisic, in Loire-Atlantique. She was born on February 28, 1911.





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