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'''Anna Ringier-Kieser''' (12 April 1896 – 3 September 2006) was a Swiss [[supercentenarian]] whose age is currently pending by the [[Gerontology Research Group]] (GRG). She was the oldest known person in Switzerland when she died.
   
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'''Anna Ringier-Kieser''' (12 April 1896 – 3 September 2006) was a Swiss supercentenarian whose age is currently pending by the [http://gerontology.wikia.com/wiki/Gerontology_Research_Group Gerontology Research Group] (GRG). She was the oldest known person in Switzerland when she died.
 
 
==Biography==
 
==Biography==
Anna Kieser was born on 12 April 1896 in Lenzburg, Aargau, Switzerland. She married Hans Ringier in 1920 and moved to Zofingen, Aargau where she lived in her own home with her son since 1984 until her death. Hans and Anna had two children together. Hans passed away in 1930, only 10 years after marriage. Anna worked in a shoe store.
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Anna Kieser was born in Lenzburg, Aargau, Switzerland on 12 April 1896. She married Hans Ringier in 1920 and moved to Zofingen, Aargau where she lived in her own home with her son since 1984 until her death. Hans and Anna had two children together. Hans died in 1930, only 10 years after marriage. Anna worked in a shoe store.
   
 
She became the oldest person in Switzerland upon the death of Suzanne Jaccard on 2 October 2004.
 
She became the oldest person in Switzerland upon the death of Suzanne Jaccard on 2 October 2004.
   
Anna Ringier-Kieser passed away on 3 September 2006 at the age of 110 years, 144 days<ref>[http://www.news.ch/Aelteste+Schweizerin+mit+110+Jahren+gestorben/251211/detail.htm Älteste Schweizerin mit 110 Jahren gestorben]</ref>. Her successor as Switzerland’s oldest person was [[Rosa Rein]] (1897–2010).
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Anna Ringier-Kieser died in Aargau, Switzerland on 3 September 2006 at the age of 110 years, 144 days.<ref>[http://www.news.ch/Aelteste+Schweizerin+mit+110+Jahren+gestorben/251211/detail.htm Älteste Schweizerin mit 110 Jahren gestorben]</ref> Her successor as Switzerland’s oldest person was [[Rosa Rein]] (1897–2010).
   
 
==References==
 
==References==
 
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[[Category:Female supercentenarians]]
 
[[Category:Swiss supercentenarians]]
 
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Anna Ringier-Kieser
Anna Ringier-Kieser 12.04.1896 - 03.09.2006 (110 years and 144 days) 8
Birth: 12 April 1896
Lenzburg, Aargau, Switzerland
Death: 3 September 2006
Aargau, Switzerland
Age: 110 years, 144 days
Country: SUI FlagSUI
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Anna Ringier-Kieser (12 April 1896 – 3 September 2006) was a Swiss supercentenarian whose age is currently pending by the Gerontology Research Group (GRG). She was the oldest known person in Switzerland when she died.

BiographyEdit

Anna Kieser was born in Lenzburg, Aargau, Switzerland on 12 April 1896. She married Hans Ringier in 1920 and moved to Zofingen, Aargau where she lived in her own home with her son since 1984 until her death. Hans and Anna had two children together. Hans died in 1930, only 10 years after marriage. Anna worked in a shoe store.

She became the oldest person in Switzerland upon the death of Suzanne Jaccard on 2 October 2004.

Anna Ringier-Kieser died in Aargau, Switzerland on 3 September 2006 at the age of 110 years, 144 days.[1] Her successor as Switzerland’s oldest person was Rosa Rein (1897–2010).

ReferencesEdit


Switzerland's Oldest Living Person Titleholders (VE)

Giustina Giardino-Bianco • Ada Duvoisin • Fritz BoschBertha Bournoud-Bucher • Anita CanonicaSuzanne Monney-Perrin • Marie Huber-Christen • Andree Fehr-de BoulayCecile Ida Ritter • Emma Duvoisin • Hanna Schiess • Mathilde Bonzo-Wrede • Frieda Schopf • Sophie Hew-SchenkerCatherine Amoos • Jules Nidegger • Emma Soller-Kellenberger • Maria Siegrist-Stampfli • Suzanne Jaccard • Anna Ringier-KieserRosa Rein • Adelheid Wehrle-Rieger • Pierre GremionLouise Mafli • Hedwig Hosig-Huggler • Alice Roffler-Waldmeier • Nina Hofer-Lustenberger • Lucrezia Furceri • Germaine BroyonHelene StehleFrieda Binz-Schoch • Alice Schaufelberger-Hunziker

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