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Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Agency Reports


Yesterday, Pennsylvania Department of Aging Secretary Teresa Osborne paid a visit to a special senior in the Commonwealth. Delphine Gibson, a Huntingdon County resident, was visited by the Secretary to give her special recognition as the oldest Pennsylvanian and the oldest U.S. resident. Gibson is a supercentenarian, someone who attains the age of 110. Currently, she is the eldest of seven supercentenarians. Gibson born on August 17, 1903, and has lived in Pennsylvania since getting married in 1928. She currently resides in a long-term care facility and, for the past 28 years, has benefitted from services through the local area agency on aging.

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