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Juan Vicente Pérez Obituary, World’s oldest man dies two months short of 115th birthday

Juan Vicente Pérez Obituary – Yesterday, Juan Vicente Pérez, who held the remarkable age of 114, passed away, as confirmed by Guinness World Records. The governor of Táchira, Freddy Bernal, announced the sad news in a Spanish post, expressing deep sorrow and bidding farewell to Pérez, a true embodiment of a humble, hard-working, peaceful man from Táchira, who cherished family and tradition.

Juan Vicente Pérez passed away yesterday at the age of 114.

Pérez had been married to Ediofina del Rosario García for 60 years until her passing in 1997. Together, they raised 11 children, consisting of five daughters and six sons. Additionally, Pérez leaves behind a legacy of 42 grandchildren, 18 great-grandchildren, and 12 great-great-grandchildren. Currently, the oldest living man is believed to be Gisaburo Sonobe from Japan, who is 112 years old.

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