Oldest man in the world, Venezuela’s Juan Vicente Perez Mora, passes away at age 114 | Global Updates

Centenarian Sheriff: Juan Vicente Perez Mora’s Life and Legacy

Juan Vicente Perez Mora, a Venezuelan man, was officially recognized as the oldest living man by Guinness World Records in 2022 at the age of 114. He passed away on Tuesday at the same age, as confirmed by officials and family members. Perez held the title of the oldest man when he was officially recognized by Guinness on February 4th, 2022.

Perez was born in El Cobre, Tachira state, Venezuela on May 27th, 1909. He was the ninth of ten children and began working in agriculture at just five years old alongside his father and brothers with tasks such as sugar cane and coffee harvesting. Despite his humble beginnings, Perez went on to become a sheriff known for resolving disputes related to land and family matters.

Perez’s life exemplified hard work, resilience and commitment to family. His passing marks the end of an extraordinary journey that spanned over a century. His legacy will continue to live on through his descendants who carry on his spirit and values.

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