This is the couple who has been together for nearly a generation. Duranord Veillard turned 109 in February, and Jeanne turned 105 in May.
They got married at the time when Franklin D. Roosevelt was elected as president, in November 1932. They did not even suppose that they would live this long and that they would live up to this age together. They are a living example of the couples who live their vows spoken on the wedding day, spending the rest of their lives together.
Duranord and Jeanne Veillard have had five kids. In 1968, after Duranord had lost his job as a judge and had been awarded a visa to visit the United States, they moved there, and got settled in Spring Valley.
Here, he has found a new job as a lab technician at the Good Samaritan Hospital, where he stayed and worked for ten years, and then retired.
Today, they are living with their daughter Marie Veillard.
You probably wonder what is the secret to their long-lasting love and happiness and how did they manage to stay calm and happy family.