Antonio Baldo at the age of 107.
|Birth:||6 July 1887|
|Death:||28 August 1998|
|Age:||111 years, 53 days|
Baldo was born in Veneto region, Italy, on 6 July 1887. He participated in the First World War. He was married for 62 years until his wife's death in 1981. He had three children, and outlived at least two of them.
At age 107, Baldo was living with his daughter in the village of Nogara. His health was still incredibly good at that time, after having recovered from a fall a year earlier. He would ride his bicycle on a regular basis, walk a lot and work on his land where he mainly harvested tobacco - albeit he himself did not smoke or drink. At age 108, he wrote a letter to the then-President of Italy, because he still had not recieved any pension, even though he retired in 1952. At that time, his main hobby was riding his tractor.
Antino Baldo died on 28 August 1998, in Veneto region, Italy, at the age of 111 years, 53 days.
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