David Wiener
David Wiener
David Wiener in July 2011, aged 109
Birth: 30 January 1902
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Death: 20 December 2011
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Age: 109 years, 324 days
Country: CanadaCAN
Centenarian

David Nathan Wiener (30 January 1902 – 20 December 2011) was a Canadian centenarian who was the oldest living man in Canada and the third-oldest man ever from Quebec at the time of his death.

Biography

David Wiener was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, on 30 January 1902. He had several siblings. One of his brothers, Robert Wiener (1908-2019), lived to be 110, potentially making the Wieners the oldest known pair of brothers of all time. David later married Liette Belanger and had a son, Michael, with her.

Wiener became the oldest man in Canada following the death of Manitoba’s Johannes Markusson on 14 March 2009. In his final years, he was still mentally sharp, but he had live-in caregivers to look after him.

Wiener died in Montreal, Canada, on 20 December 2011 due to health issues at the age of 109 years, 324 days.

At the time of his death, Wiener was the fifth-oldest man ever to die in Canada. He was succeeded as Canada’s oldest man by then-108-year-old Sam Baker (1903-2013) of Manitoba.

References


Canada's Oldest Living Man Titleholders (VE)

Joseph Saint-Amour • Unknown • Eli LindsayStuart Bott • Unknown • John JamiesonGeorge IvesChester Pushie • Arthur NashTokusuke OyakawaTheodore RemfertJames GrantRomeo TremblayRaphael CreeJohn GardMontague Little • Lazare GionetNicholas SalamisHarold DunichandErnest MacPhersonWilliam Thomas • Leon RobitailleJohannes MarkussonDavid WienerSam Baker • Joseph Ernest Poupart • Zoltan Sarosy • Robert Wiener • Ja Hyung Lee

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