Hans Schornack
Hans Schornack
Hans Schornack at age 104.
Birth: 29 February 1912
Essen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
Age: 109 years, 157 days
Country: GermanyGER
Centenarian

Hans Schornack (born 29 February 1912) is a German centenarian who is believed to be the oldest living man in Germany since the death of Heinrich Homann on 24 June 2020 and the oldest living German-born man since the death of Arnold Leissler of Poland on 13 March 2021.

Biography

Hans Schornack was born in Essen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany on 29 February 1912. He worked as self-employed in the auto trade for many years. He drove a car until age 95.

In January 2021 at the age 108, he received his covid-19 vaccine, making him one of oldest people to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.

Hans Schornack currently lives in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, at the age of 109 years, 157 days, although some may say 28 years, 157 days because of his leap day birth. He is also the oldest known man ever born on leap day.

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Germany’s Oldest Living Man Titleholders (VE)

Karl Glockner • Unknown • Josef Callenberg • Mathias Bollinger • Unknown • Johann Hartlieb • Adolf Lange • Karl Pfeiffer • Johann Wost • Friedrich Wedeking • August Schmidt • Wilhelm Deffner • Karl Bulow • Fritz Witt • Heinrich Oppermann • Ernst Schutt • Wenzel Novotny • Otto Trost • Peter Schmitt • Friedrich von Rauchhaupt • Wilhelm Gazioch • A. Hermann Lange • Ernst Laurenty • Gustav Rupnow • Robert Hubener • Wilhelm Lehnen • Jonathan Richter • Wilhelm Schorner • Lorenz Imminger • Georg Bredtschneider • Hermann Dornemann • Robert Meier • Wilhelm Remmert • Rudolf Christmann • Georg Thalhofer • Franz Kunstler • Georg Rosenkranz • Hermann Mayer-Kaupp • Erich Berger • Richard Hinz • Friedrich Volmer • Martin Dressel • Paul Veit • Bernhard Prott • Erich Walde • Gustav GernethHeinrich HomannHans Schornack

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