|Birth:||10 March 1895|
|Death:||11 August 2005|
|Age:||110 years, 154 days|
Janosne Varga (née Maria Fuller) [Hungarian: Varga Jánosné Füller Mária) (10 March 1895 – 11 August 2005) was an Hungarian supercentenarian who is currently unverified. She became the oldest living person in Hungary upon the death of Sandorne Csiki. At the time of her death she was the second oldest undisputed person ever in Hungary.
She was born in the 6th district of Budapest to Alajos Füller and Mária Tropp. She had been married twice, and had a son who she outlived. She had a grandchild and two great-grandchildren living in Germany. She worked as a bank clerk, and she was also a competitive swimmer.
She underwent an eye operation at the age of 102, and after that she moved to the State Institute for the Blind in 1998. She was very keen on being elegant, she always asked for a new piece of expensive clothes for her birthdays, and when she got a wheelchair for her 106th birthday, she refused to use it.
She passed away on 11 August 2005 at the age of 110 years, 154 days.
-  budapestsun.com, March 2003 (original article is not available anymore, link is to WOP Group.)
|Hungary's Oldest Living Person Titleholders (V • E)|
Maria Orsos • Henrik Havasi • Sandorne Sarkozi • Istvanne Ladi • Janosne Ando • Antalne Banga • Ilka Zolnai • Istvanne Morocz • Jozsefne Szucs • Sandorne Csiki • Janosne Varga • Gergely Andras Molnar • Lajosne Buzaky • Janosne Szentirmay • Ferencne Kustos • Margit Ambrus • Matyasne Kövesdi • Gyorgyne Toth • Janosne Kudasz • Rezso Gallai • Maria Hoffner • Jozsefne Nagy • Margit Dezsone Kovacs • Janosne Belik • Veronika Zsilinszki