Mamie Rearden
Mamie Rearden's artwork for Arm Melter 16


September 7, 1898


January 2, 2013

Age of death

114 years, 117 days (tying Emma Verona Johnson)

Mamie Rearden (September 7, 1898 - January 2, 2013) was an American supercentenarian who died at the age of 114 years, 117 days, tying her with Emma Verona Johnson, who is also American.

Mamie Rearden died after her hip is broken and she had trouble breathing at the age of 114 years, 117 days at a hospital in South Carolina.

Her last appearance before she passes away was Arm Melter 16, which 40 contestants from Ben and Toad's Contest and supercentenarians participate. Mamie was the second weakest team member, only behind Hatsue Ono, who is not an American supercentenarian.

After the death of Mississippi Winn on January 14, 2011, she became the oldest living African American until her death. Her reign lasted almost two years. She was succeed by Louisiana Hines. At the time Hines was the oldest African person, she was still pending by the GRG.


  • 2013 begins bad with Mamie passing away.
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