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Madeleine Turpan turns 100, shares LI memories

Madeleine Turpan (far right) with her mother Leonie

Madeleine Turpan (far right) with her mother Leonie and sister Suzanne (far left) and brother George in the yard of their Hempstead bungalow in 1921. Photo Credit: Handout

Madeleine Turpan, who for many years lived in Hempstead, turned 100 years old Sept. 25, 2012.

Madeleine Turpan (far right) with her mother Leonie
Photo Credit: Handout

Madeleine Turpan (far right) with her mother Leonie and sister Suzanne (far left) and brother George in the yard of their Hempstead bungalow in 1921.

Madeleine Turpan, (far right) with her mother Leonie
Photo Credit: Handout

Madeleine Turpan, (far right) with her mother Leonie and brother George (far left) and sister Suzanne in Central Park.

The Hempstead bungalow where Madeleine Turpan lived, in
Photo Credit: Handout

The Hempstead bungalow where Madeleine Turpan lived, in 1921.

Madeleine Turpan, who turned 100 years old on
Photo Credit: Newsday / Audrey C. Tiernan

Madeleine Turpan, who turned 100 years old on Sept. 25, at The Bristal in Massapequa. (Sept. 16, 2012)

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