She married at just 14, outlived all 4 of her children, had 20 grandchildren, and 30 great-grandchildren. She credited her longevity to always praying, loving, forgiving, and eating vegetables.
Having suffered from dementia for some time, she was not exactly in the pink of health, though she was still going strong until her death.
She died on 7 March 2010, aged 113 years and 342 days. She died on the same day as Mary Josephine Ray, the second-oldest person in the world. Apparently it is very rare to see two supercentenarians die on the same day, according to this.