Remembrances

Fred Hale, World's Oldest Man, Dies at 113

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Fred Hale, the world's oldest man, died late last week at the age of 113. A resident of Maine until he was 109, Fred Hale believed in hard work, the outdoor life and his beloved Boston Red Sox. His son, Fred Hale Jr., talks about his father's life. Hear Hale and NPR's Renee Montagne.

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