Louise Warmley has seen far too many people die far too early.
Her father and two uncles were taken by heart attacks. Siblings died as a result of cancer and lung disease.
But, on the other hand, there was her mother.
“She died six hours before she turned 100,” Warmley said with a grin. “Her hands were never idle, except when she was asleep.”
It is obvious that Warmley, 95, inherited her mother’s life expectancy and strong work ethic.