Centenarian tips: Les Zwernemann, age 100

If Leslie “Les” Zwernemann were to write a book about how to live to be 100, the chapters would be titled “Cut a rug,” “Take a hit and a shot” and “Get a job.”

It’s possible he knows the meaning of life — or at least the secret to longevity — but when asked these questions, he smiles and says, “It’s different for everyone.”

“He’s taught me to take one day at a time and be thankful for what you have,” said Sheila Stewart, a nurse at the center. 

Zwernemann’s mother and sister lived to be 103 and 104, respectively. He said living to 100 was not a surprise.

More info:  A Texas weekly


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