Triplets Script History: The saying "good things come in threes" suggests that events, situations, or objects arranged in groups of three are somehow more satisfying, successful, or enjoyable. This idea is often rooted in cultural beliefs, superstitions, and a sense of balance or completeness associated with the number three.
As all the good things come in threes-Meet the triplets Larry Alden Brown, Lon Bernard Brown, and Gene Carol Brown born in 1930 makes to the Guinness World Record as trio celebrated their 93rd birthday on December 1.
Hailing originally from Kalvesta, Kansas, USA and born during the Great Depression, Larry Alden Brown was the firstborn, followed by Lon Bernard Brow and Gene Carol Brown.
The brothers also have four older siblings - three brothers and one sister, who have all passed away.
The trio moved near Nevada, Missouri with their family when they were about seven years old and lived there until shortly after high school. They have many fond memories of each other growing up.
Referring the trio as the world’s oldest living triplets (male), Guinness World Record official page also took to their Instagram handle and shared the glimpses of the triplets from their childhood to younger days and celebration picture of their 92nd birthday.
Guinness World Record official page also captioned the series of pictures, “Larry Alden Brown, Lon Bernard Brown, and Gene Carol Brown triplet brothers, born on 1 December 1930, are celebrating their 93rd birthday today as the world’s oldest living triplets (male).”
“The last time the triplets were together was last year for their 92nd birthday when they were able to unite their families and spend quality time with one another!,” reads caption.
TRIO SECRET TO LONG LIVING AND HEALTHY LIFE
The triplets also shared the secret to a long and healthy living and said that they are glad they could make it long enough to do so. This is just because they stayed away from smoking, drinking, and drugs. Moreover their scared relationship of brothers as well as friends and the way they protect each other every time has given them will power to stand by each other and live together happily.
Larry and Lon live in the senior living community Foxwood Springs in Raymore, Missouri, while Gene lives in Bartlesville, Oklahoma.
THE HAPPY FAMILY
Today, Larry, Lon, and Gene have their own families, who are all very close to one another.
Larry has three children, eight grandchildren, and 12 great-grandchildren. Lon has four children, six grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. Gene has two children, six grandchildren, and 10 great-grandchildren.
Combined, the trio has 9 children, 20 grandchildren and 25 great-grandchildren