A 100-year-old woman from the East Sacrament shares tips for longevity

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A woman from the East Sacrament is 100 years old: here are her tips for a long healthy life

Rosemary Abington-Reed has four grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren


Rosemary Abington-Reed is a new member of the exclusive centennial club, which recently turned 100 years old. She now lives in Oakmont, East Sacramento, a retirement community and a memory care center. Prior to that, she lived a life full of achievements, losses, family, friends and fun. Born in 1922 in St. Charles, Missouri, she was the eldest child of her parents. She moved to St. Louis to study at Sumner High School, entered Stowe College of Education, where she received a bachelor’s degree and a teacher’s certificate, and then received a master’s degree in education from the University of St. Louis. In 1955, she met her ex-boyfriend in elementary school. They married, moved to Detroit and three years later gave birth to their son Brian. Still not slowing down, at age 56, Abington-Reed earned another master’s degree from Wayne State University while studying Montessori education. After leaving teaching at a public school in In 1984, her husband died in 1986. She continued to volunteer full-time at the Michigan Foundation for the Blind for another 15 years. At her 60th meeting in high school, she met her schoolboy Earl Reed, whose wife also died. They married shortly after Mr. Reed asked her son’s permission to marry her, and remained married until he died a few years ago. A lifelong Catholic, Abington Reed has four grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. “If you don’t want to live life, don’t start it,” she said. “The friends you make are worthy.” KCRA 3 asked her about the secret to longevity. Here is her list: “You’re a fool” when you sit and miss yourself or others when loved ones disappear. Keep living life. Work, but don’t work every day of your life. Find something for yourself. Judging by how often she laughed during our KCRA 3 interview, we suspect that another reason she has grown old is that she laughs all the time.

Rosemary Abington-Reed has become a new member of the exclusive centennial club, which recently turned 100 years old.

She now lives in Oakmont in East Sacramento, a retirement community and memory center.

Prior to that, she lived a life full of achievements, losses, family, friends and fun. Born in 1922 in St. Charles, Missouri, she was the eldest child of her parents.

She moved to St. Louis to study at Sumner High School, attended Stowe College of Education, where she received a bachelor’s degree and a teacher’s certificate, and then received a master’s degree from the University of St. Louis.

In 1955, she met her ex-boyfriend from elementary school. They married, moved to Detroit and three years later gave birth to their son Brian.

Still not slowing down, at age 56, Abington-Reed earned another master’s degree from Wayne State University while studying Montessori education.

After retiring from teaching at a public school in 1984, her husband died in 1986. She continued to work full time at the Michigan Foundation for the Blind for another 15 years.

At her 60th meeting in high school, she met her schoolboy Earl Reed, whose wife also died. They married shortly after Mr. Reed asked her son’s permission to marry her, and remained married until he died a few years ago.

A lifelong Catholic, Abington Reed has four grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.

“If you don’t want to live life, don’t start it,” she said. “The friends you make are worthy.”

KCRA 3 asked her about the secret to longevity.

Here is her list:

  1. You are a “fool” when you sit and miss yourself or others when your loved ones die. Keep living life.
  2. Work, but don’t work every day of your life.
  3. Find something to do.
  4. Judging by how often she laughed during our KCRA 3 interview, we suspect that another reason she has grown old is that she laughs all the time.

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