|Birth:||6 March 1900|
Izvor, Kingdom of Serbia (present-day Serbia)
|Death:||8 July 2009|
|Age:||109 years, 124 days|
Momirovic was born in the village of Izvor, Kingdom of Serbia (present-day Serbia) on 6 March 1900. Her father died in the war with the Turks.
After her birth house was burned down, at the age of 17 she married Radivoje Momirovic. The couple had at least three children: Vladimir, Milka and Bozidarka. She worked all her life as a day laborer.
In 1968, she was issued a permanent ID card. Her husband, Vladimir lived to be 93.
On her 107th birthday in 2007, she received a prosthesis from a dental technician from Paracin, Vladimir Milosavljevic. She lived with her son Vladimir and daughter-in-law Milan, who took care of her.
Momirovic died in Bujlane, Serbia on 8 July 2009 at the age of 109 years, 124 days. After her death, Mileva Grbic became the oldest known living person in Serbia.
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