Spunky New York City woman who turned 100 says her love for 'big men' led to long life
Publication: Daily News
Here's a 100-year-old woman who loves to live large. Caridad McKiver, who turned 100 Thursday, said the secret to a long life is love and finding a big man who you can rest on at night.
“It’s love that got me here,” she said during a birthday bash at an Upper East Side nursing home. “I like big men. They are sweeter, more passionate and patient,” she added.
The spunky senior, who wore a tiara to celebrate the big day, has been single since her 6-foot, 185-pound husband, William, died in 1986. He served in the Army in France during World War II where he won several medals.