Supercentenarian Leona Tuttle celebrates a roll in Yahtzee, playing with her daughter, Marjorie Casey, 76. Casey and her 110-year-old mother play nearly every night to keep Tuttle's mind occupied. In her younger years, Tuttle was very active and had a memory that made people envious, but she’s suffered from severe memory loss as she gotten older.

Photo by LEXEY SWALL, Daily News

Supercentenarian Leona Tuttle celebrates a roll in Yahtzee, playing with her daughter, Marjorie Casey, 76. Casey and her 110-year-old mother play nearly every night to keep Tuttle's mind occupied. In her younger years, Tuttle was very active and had a memory that made people envious, but she’s suffered from severe memory loss as she gotten older.

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