|Birth:||24 May 1891|
Rusce, Kingdom of Serbia (present-day Serbia)
|Death:||6 February 2005|
|Age:||113 years, 258 days|
Lena Ljubic [Serbian: Лена Љубић] (24 May 1891 – 6 February 2005) was a Serbian supercentenarian claimant who claimed to be oldest living person in Serbia at the time of her death. Her age is currently unvalidated by the Gerontology Research Group (GRG).
Ljubic claimed to have been born in the village of Rusce, Kingdom of Serbia (present-day Serbia) on 24 May 1891. She married Trajko Ljubic from Trejak around 1910. The couple had five children: four sons and one daughter.
She lived with her grandson Stanimir. In 2005, the doctors said that Ljubic's heart could last "at least another five years", the finding stated that the patient was "conscious, has difficulty breathing, rarely smokes, suffers from gastritis and occasionally swollen legs". At that time, the measured blood pressure was 160/74. Sometimes, light one, two cigarettes a day, and drinked hot brandy. She was relatively healthy, according to her great-grandson Miroslav in 2005.
She died in Trejak, Serbia on 6 February 2005 at the claimed age of 113 years, 258 days. She was buried the day after in the village cemetery in Trejak. She was survived by her son Vojislav, her daughter Dragica, six grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren and four great-great-grandchildren.
After her death, the oldest known living person in Serbia became Kostadinka Momirovic.
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