Pittsburgh woman, 109, says she has 'lived the right kind of life'


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gefunden auf aarp.org am 05. August 2009

„After more than a century of witnessing history, Evelyn Kozak’s life lesson is simple: Love trumps all.

Kozak, who came to Pittsburgh about a decade ago, was alive during New York City’s Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire of 1911 and the sinking of the Titanic in 1912. She predates such marvels as the Golden Gate Bridge and Lincoln Memorial, and Pittsburgh institutions such as Carnegie Mellon University.

On Aug. 14, Kozak will celebrate her 110th birthday in Squirrel Hill surrounded by dozens of relatives, from her 88-year-old daughter to her youngest great-grandchildren.“

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