Meet Thelma Sutcliffe, 114-year-old Nebraska woman becomes America's oldest living woman

Meet Thelma Sutcliffe, 114-year-old Nebraska woman becomes America's oldest living woman

She was born on October 1, 1906. Looks like, the upcoming birthday will be extremely special owing to this incredible milestone in her life.

A woman named Thelma Sutcliffe is proving to the world that age is just a number. At the age of 114, she has become the oldest ever living woman in the United States.

Sutcliffe came to know of the news on April 17. Before her, a woman named Hester Ford was the oldest living woman in the country from North Caroline. However, she passed away at the age of 115 after which Thelma went right onto the top.

She was born on October 1, 1906. Looks like, the upcoming birthday will be extremely special owing to this incredible milestone in her life.

Currently, she is living at the city's senior-citizen home. Due to the novel coronavirus, she had to stay locked down for most of 2020 as the people in the age group and below are the most vulnerable. Despite her hearing and sight fading steadily, Sutcliffe is still extremely determined to live her life to the fullest till the very last day.

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"Thelma is as determined as ever to do what she wants to do," her longtime friend named Luella Mason told the Associated Press.

However, she further added that Sutcliffe is not liking the quarantine life. She wishes to step out as soon as the situation allows her to do so. Not only that, she even asks her friend to come and dine with her as well. She also added how she does not enjoy getting the COVID tests done.

Thelma has received all her vaccines on time. Here's hoping she lives for the longest time and makes the most of it!

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