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Old Today, 10:19 PM
Location: Coastal New Jersey
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Originally Posted by ysr_racer View Post
Umm, yeah that's a pretty good one for most of us. Not many people in their late 60's/70's have living parents.

If you're young and don't have any children or a spouse, that's a topic for another thread
Hmm. My sister is 69, and our mother will be 91 in November. My mom's last living uncle is 95.

My mother was 73 when her mother died.

It's not usual, though.
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Old Today, 10:27 PM
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Yeah, my brother’s MIL is 95, her oldest son is 68.
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