103-Year-Old Woman Celebrates Coronavirus Recovery With a Bud Light

Grant Boone
May 29, 2020

Adam Gunn, her grandson-in-law, said Stejna lives at Life Care Center of Wilbraham and he and his family learned of her COVID-19 diagnosis on April 25.

Gunn and his wife, Shelley, spoke to her, as did their 4-year-old daughter.

Gunn says Stejna was the first to test positive in her Wilbraham, Mass. nursing home. and was forced to be moved into a different part of the facility after coming down with a fever.

Stejna was the first resident in the nursing home to recover. Gunn said there was always a staff member by her side. Fearing that wasn't go to make it, her family called to say goodbye to their beloved Babci (which is a Polish name for grandmother).

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Adam, Shelley Gunn's husband, asked Stejna if she was ready for heaven, and she gave a, "Hell yes".

The Boston Red Sox fan who loves to sip beer on a hot day didn't fully understand COVID-19, but knew she was very ill. "She kept complaining that she couldn't listen to Red Sox games (on her transistor radio)", Dave told The Post. She has two children, three grandchildren, four great-grandchildren, and three great-great-grandchildren all rooting for her.

Ms Stejna has stayed in MA her whole life and married her husband Teddy - who died aged 82 in 1992 - in 1938, after having been together for 54 years. Her husband, Teddy, died in 1992 at age 82 after 54 years of marriage. And while Stejna did not specify when she wanted to go, the following days made it clear: Not yet. It's good when it's cold, ' " her grandson said.

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