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  • Paternal grandfather

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  • Paternal grandmother

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  • Maternal grandfather

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  • Maternal grandmother

    4 57.14%
  • All my grandparents are deceased

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Thread: Which of your grandparents are still living? When did the ones who are dead die?503 days old

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    I'm sorry to read that. You seem like a nice guy. I'm sorry that you had to go through that.

    I only have my grandmothers left. I have never met my maternal grandmother, and I don't really care to. She abandoned her family right after my mom was born. I love with paternal grandma with all of my heart, though, and I am so happy that she is in my life.

    I miss my grandfathers every single day. They were the pinnacles of real men to me, and theybwere my role models. I wish that they were still here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KiwiB View Post
    I'm sorry to read that. You seem like a nice guy. I'm sorry that you had to go through that.
    are you talking to me ? because you thanked my post . if yes then thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by KiwiB View Post
    Wow!!! You have some great genes in your family! Care to share any family longevity secrets for us mere mortals?
    To be honest I don't think any thing will help anyone who lives a modern lifestyle...not even me.
    My maternal grandmother, for example, ate primarly fish and veggies all her life(once in a while she would have a coke cola). The main thing that I can think that they all have in common is low caloric intake. They also lead active lifestyles from fishing, farming, sewing, housework etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magnetic View Post
    are you talking to me ? because you thanked my post . if yes then thank you
    Yes! I'm sorry about that, I thought that I had quoted you but I must have clicked the wrong reply button. I use my phone to post on here, and the buttons look so tiny! My bad!

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    Quote Originally Posted by stala View Post
    To be honest I don't think any thing will help anyone who lives a modern lifestyle...not even me.
    My maternal grandmother, for example, ate primarly fish and veggies all her life(once in a while she would have a coke cola). The main thing that I can think that they all have in common is low caloric intake. They also lead active lifestyles from fishing, farming, sewing, housework etc.
    That's pretty incredible! I just can't believe how old they all live to be, that's amazing! You would think that living through all of the tough times of the past would have taken a toll on them, but it's awesome to see how long some of our ancestors lived. My great grandfather on my father's side lived to be 101, but my grandfathers both passed away pretty early (70 and 68, respectively.)

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