|Egbertje Leutscher-de Vries|
|Birth:||22 October 1902|
Uffelte, Drenthe, Netherlands
|Death:||14 August 2014|
Havelte, Drenthe, Netherlands
|Age:||111 years, 296 days|
Egbertje (Eibegien) Leutscher-de Vries (22 October 1902 – 14 August 2014) was a verified Dutch supercentenarian. She was the oldest living person in Netherlands from the death of Cornelis Geurtz on 21 August 2012 and the oldest living woman from 13 June 2012 from the death of Anna Goorman-Dommerholt until her own death on 14 August 2014.
Egbertje was born as the 5th child of Jacob de Vries and Mina Hoogeveen in Uffelte, Drenthe, Netherlands, on 22 October 1902. She married Geert Leutscher on 30 April 1926. She lived at the Molenhof Havelte from 2001 till her death. On her 111th birthday, she received a telegram from King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima.
Egbertje Leutscher-de Vries died in Havelte, Drenthe, Netherlands, on 14 August 2014 aged 111 years, 296 days. At the time of her death, she was the fourth-oldest person ever from the Netherlands.
- ↑ Photo Gallery for Supercentenarians born in the year 1902 Gerontology Research Group