|Lilian Gonzalez de Andujar|
Gonzalez de Andujar at age 108
|Birth:||6 April 1911|
Bani, Peravia Province, Dominican Republic
|Age:||110 years, 195 days|
Lilian Gonzalez de Andujar [Spanish: González de Andújar] (born 6 April 1911) is a Dominican Republic supercentenarian whose age is currently unvalidated by Gerontology Research Group (GRG). She is currently the oldest known living person in Dominican Republic.
Gonzalez de Andujar was born in Bani, Peravia Province, Dominican Republic on 6 April 1911. When she was 7 years-old, the Spanish flu emerged, and she still remembers how her mother put camphor bags on her chest and for her siblings. She is the penultimate of 15 children. Lilian married and had three children. She worked as a housewife.
One of her sisters lived to be 107. At the age of 109, she was still able to talk on the phone. In April 2021, she celebrated her 110th birthday. She has a good memory.
She became the oldest living Dominican Republic-born person on 10 May 2021, following the death of 110-year-old Edilia Ramona Nunez (who died in the United States).
Gonzalez de Andujar currently lives in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, at the age of 110 years, 195 days.