How I Got This Body: 98 years young

  • Article by: SHEILA MULROONEY ELDRED , Special to the Star Tribune
  • Updated: July 14, 2013 - 6:39 PM

Al Mohr, 98, Minneapolis, retired meat cutter and milkman, bowler

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smithfiveJul. 15, 1312:10 AM

It's a wonderful life!

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lakeelmo99Jul. 15, 13 6:39 AM

Today I'm going to eat my fruits and vegetables, get some exercise and live with a purpose. Keep at it Al only a few more years to 100.

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honeybooJul. 15, 13 8:11 AM

Wow - what an inspiration to us all.

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rlwr51Jul. 15, 13 9:54 AM

I think his positive attitude helps.

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mariezzJul. 15, 13 6:34 PM

I'm glad he's healthy & happy. But for people who live to 100 (or real close), being lucky with genes seems to be the major factor, based on research looking at what factors explain the longevity.

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tla4354Jul. 17, 13 2:09 AM

Uncle Al, you are the greatest and you look the same as the last time I saw you. You make me wish I would have had my Dad and Mom around this long. God bless you. Love, your niece, Teresa "TerrI" A.

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markspringJul. 17, 13 1:05 PM

Some people think it is normal to slow down as you age. While some of that's true and some people are slowed by illness or injury, most of us are slowed by pure acceptance of a sedentary life. I like this guy. I keep pushing on attending a health club, running, walking to my train each work day, and I'm even working on losing weight which is far too easy to put on this aging body. Keep going Al. We all want to live not just a long life, but a quality life too.

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