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Meet Anna Marie Mancuso, Utah’s oldest resident (video)
First Published Oct 04 2013 06:07 pm • Last Updated Oct 04 2013 09:56 pm

When the centenarians gathered at the 27th Annual Centenarians Day celebration were born, a loaf of bread cost 50 cents, income tax was just 1 percent and you could buy a car for $600. More than 100 Utahns have hit the century mark, and on Friday Gov. Gary Herbert, First Lady Jeanette Herbert and Lt. Gov. Greg Bell honored more than 40 during a luncheon at the Viridian Center in West Jordan. To watch a video conversation with Utah’s oldest resident, Anna Marie Mancuso, 109, of Murray, visit sltrib.com.

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