- The oldest person in Ireland, Mary Coyne, has passed on
- Coyne became the oldest person in Ireland after the death of Dubliner Elizabeth Dempsey last year
- The late centenarian has now passed on at the age of 108 and her funeral is to hold on July 3, 2019
Death is inevitable but some individuals start to seem immortal after living for so many years on earth.
Legit.ng has gathered the report of the oldest person in Ireland Mary Coyne’s passing.
As reported by BBC, Coyne was a mother of two as well as a grandmother and great-grandmother before her death. She died at the age of 108.
On her 100th birthday, Mary had told a reporter that she attributes her long life to "taking life one day at a time".
In 2011, Mary reportedly received a centenarian medal from Irish president, Michael D Higgins.
She is to be buried on July 3, 2019, at Castlerea, Roscommon, where she was from.
RIP to the dead.
Just recently, Legit.ng reported that Europe's oldest woman who said she owed her long life to God passed on in Italy at the age of 116.
Maria Giuseppa Robucci, the oldest person in Europe passed away aged 116-years old. The outspoken lady who was fondly referred to as Nonna Peppa died at her house in Italy.
According to DailyMail, Maria’s health slowly deteriorated during her final days and she had to move to another home.
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