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A 104-year-old American woman who gained international fame for her skydiving feat died in her Chicago-based home. He recently set the world record for the oldest skydiver.

The 104-year-old American woman, who holds the world record for the oldest skydiver, died Monday at her Chicago-based home. This 104-year-old American woman recently set Skydower’s world record for the highest age. The American woman who has been stunned and acclaimed by her feat is Dorothy Hoffner, who has now died. Earlier this record was the name of a 103-year-old Swedish woman a year ago.

‘There was nothing scary in it, it was good and peaceful’

Dorothy Hoffner, a 104-year-old American, jumped from a plane at Skydive Chicago Airport on October 1, breaking the Guinness World Record for the oldest tandem parachute jump. According to a report, Chicago Dorothy Hoffner shared her experience with the Chicago Sun-Times after landing in Ottawa, about 80 miles southwest of Chicago. According to him, “There was nothing scary in it। It was nice and peaceful.

 ‘Media was not excited’

According to The Metro News report, Hoffner was found dead by employees at the Brookdale Lake View Senior Living Community, his friend Joe Conant said. He is believed to have died on Sunday night. Skydiving’s video of American female Hoffner also went viral on the social media platform Instagram. According to a New York Times report, Hoffner was not initially “excited” by the attention he received from the media last week. But attention had increased until the last of the week as they saw it as an opportunity to meet new people


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