List of presidents, vice presidents, first spouses and second spouses of the Philippines by longevity

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Emilio Aguinaldo, the longest-lived president in Philippine history
Ramon Magsaysay died youngest of all the Philippine presidents
Fidel V. Ramos, the current oldest living president since 1997, is 91 years, 216 days old (born March 18, 1928).
Rodrigo Duterte, the oldest person to assume the presidency
Teofisto Guingona Jr., the current oldest living vice president since 2003, is 91 years, 108 days old (born July 4, 1928).

This is a list of presidents, vice presidents, first spouses and second spouses of the Philippines by longevity.

Two measures of longevity are given; this is to allow for the differing number of leap days occurring within the life of each president. The first figure is the number of days between date of birth and date of death, allowing for leap days; in parentheses the same period given in years and days, with the years being the number of whole years the president lived, and the days being the remaining number of days after his last birthday. Where the president in question is still living, the longevity is calculated up to 20 October 2019.

Presidents by longevity[edit]

Rank
OO
President
Life dates
Age Longevity In office
1 1 Emilio Aguinaldo[1] 22 Mar 18696 Feb 1964 94 years, 321 days 34,653 days 1899–1901
2 12 Fidel Ramos[2] 18 Mar 1928Living 91 years, 216 days 33,453 days 1992–1998
3 9 Diosdado Macapagal[3] 28 Sep 191021 Apr 1997 86 years, 205 days 31,617 days 1961–1965
4 4 Sergio Osmeña[4] 9 Sep 187819 Oct 1961 83 years, 40 days 30,355 days 1944–1946
5 13 Joseph Estrada[5] 19 Apr 1937Living 82 years, 184 days 30,134 days 1998–2001
6 11 Corazon Aquino[6] 25 Jan 19331 Aug 2009 76 years, 188 days 27,947 days 1986–1992
7 8 Carlos P. Garcia[7] 4 Nov 189614 Jun 1971 74 years, 222 days 27,249 days 1957–1961
8 16 Rodrigo Duterte[8] 28 Mar 1945Living 74 years, 206 days 27,234 days 2016–present
9 14 Gloria Macapagal Arroyo[9] 5 Apr 1947Living 72 years, 198 days 26,496 days 2001–2010
10 10 Ferdinand Marcos[10] 11 Sep 191728 Sep 1989 72 years, 17 days 26,315 days 1965–1986
11 3 José P. Laurel[11] 9 Mar 18916 Nov 1959 68 years, 242 days 25,078 days 1943}–1945
12 2 Manuel L. Quezon[12] 19 Aug 18781 Aug 1944 65 years, 348 days 24,088 days 1935–1944
13 6 Elpidio Quirino[13] 16 Nov 189029 Feb 1956 65 years, 105 days 23,845 days 1948–1953
14 15 Benigno Aquino III[14] 8 Feb 1960Living 59 years, 254 days 21,804 days 2010–2016
15 5 Manuel Roxas[15] 1 Jan 189215 Apr 1948 56 years, 105 days 20,558 days 1946–1948
16 7 Ramon Magsaysay[16] 31 Aug 190717 Mar 1957 49 years, 198 days 18,096 days 1953–1957

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Oldest living Philippine presidents[edit]

President Date range Age at start Age at end Time span
Emilio Aquinaldo 23 January 1899 (1899-01-23)–6 February 1964 (1964-02-06) 29 years, 307 days 94 years, 321 days 64 years, 348 days
Carlos P. Garcia 6 February 1964 (1964-02-06)–14 June 1971 (1971-06-14) 67 years, 94 days 74 years, 222 days 7 years, 128 days
Diosdado Macapagal 14 June 1971 (1971-06-14)–21 April 1997 (1997-04-21) 60 years, 259 days 86 years, 205 days 25 years, 311 days
Fidel Ramos 21 April 1997 (1997-04-21) – present 69 years, 34 days 91 years, 216 days(living) 22 years, 182 days
President Date range Age at start Age at end Time span

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Vice presidents by longevity[edit]

Rank
OO Vice president Life Dates Age Longevity Term
1 11 Teofisto Guingona Jr.[19] 4 Jul 1928Living 91 years, 108 days 33,345 days 2001–2004
2 4 Fernando Lopez[20] 13 Apr 190426 May 1993 89 years, 43 days 32,550 days 1949–1953
7 1965–1972
3 6 Emmanuel Pelaez[21] 30 Nov 191527 Jul 2003 87 years, 239 days 32,016 days 1961–1965
4 5 Diosdado Macapagal[22] 28 Sep 191021 Apr 1997 86 years, 205 days 31,617 days 1957–1961
5 1 Sergio Osmeña[23] 9 Sep 187819 Oct 1961 83 years, 40 days 30,355 days 1935–1944
6 9 Joseph Estrada[24] 19 Apr 1937Living 82 years, 184 days 30,134 days 1992–1998
7 12 Jejomar Binay[25] 11 Nov 1942Living 76 years, 343 days 28,102 days 2010–2016
8 9 Salvador Laurel[26] 18 Nov 192827 Jan 2004 75 years, 70 days 27,463 days 1986–1992
9 4 Carlos P. Garcia[27] 4 Nov 189614 Jun 1971 74 years, 222 days 27,249 days 1953–1957
10 10 Gloria Macapagal Arroyo[28] 5 Apr 1947Living 72 years, 198 days 26,496 days 1998–2001
11 12 Noli de Castro[29] 6 Jul 1949Living 70 years, 106 days 25,673 days 2004–2010
12 2 Elpidio Quirino[30] 16 Nov 189029 Feb 1956 65 years, 105 days 23,845 days 1946–1948
13 13 Leni Robredo[31] 23 Apr 1965Living 54 years, 180 days 19,903 days 2016–present

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Oldest living Philippine vice presidents[edit]

Vice president Became oldest living Ceased to be oldest living Age Time Span
Sergio Osmeña 15 November 1935 19 October 1961 57 years, 67 days 83 years, 40 days 25 years, 338 days
Carlos P. Garcia 19 October 1961 24 February 1971 64 years, 349 days 74 years, 112 days 9 years, 128 days
Fernando Lopez 14 June 1971 26 May 1993 67 years, 72 days 89 years, 43 days 21 years, 336 days
Diosdado Macapagal 26 May 1993 21 April 1997 82 years, 240 days 86 years, 205 days 3 years, 330 days
Emmanuel Pelaez 21 April 1997 27 July 2003 81 years, 142 days 87 years, 239 days 6 years, 97 days
Teofisto Guingona, Jr. 27 July 2003 Current oldest living vice president 75 years, 23 days Current oldest living vice president 16 years, 85 days
Vice president Became oldest living Ceased to be oldest living Age Time Span

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First Spouses by longevity[edit]

Rank
OO First Spouse
Life Dates Age Longevity In role
1 5 Trinidad Roxas 4 Oct 189920 Jun 1995 95 years, 259 days 34,957 days 1946–1948
2 11 Amelita Ramos 29 Dec 1927Living 91 years, 295 days 33,533 days 1992–1998
3 10 Imelda Marcos 2 Jul 1929Living 90 years, 110 days 32,982 days 1965–1986
4 7 Luz Magsaysay 25 Jun 191417 Aug 2004 90 years, 53 days 32,926 days 1953–1957
5 12 Dr. Loi Ejercito, M.D. 2 Jun 1930Living 89 years, 140 days 32,647 days 1998–2001
6 8 Dr. Leonila Garcia, M.D. 17 Jul 190617 May 1994 87 years, 304 days 32,081 days 1951–1961
7 9 Dr. Eva Macapagal, M.D. 1 Nov 191516 May 1999 83 years, 196 days 30,512 days 1961–1965
8 4 Esperanza Osmeña 18 Dec 18944 Apr 1978 83 years, 107 days 30,422 days 1944–1946
9 6 Victoria Quirino 18 May 193129 Nov 2006 75 years, 195 days 27,589 days 1948–1953
10 13 Atty. Jose Miguel Arroyo 27 Jun 1945Living 74 years, 115 days 27,143 days 2001–2010
11 3 Pacencia Laurel 30 Apr 18891 Jan 1960 70 years, 246 days 25,812 days 1943–1945
12 Ballsy Aquino-Cruz 18 Aug 1955Living 64 years, 63 days 23,439 days 1986–1992
(de facto)
13 2 Aurora Quezon 18 Feb 188928 Apr 1949 61 years, 68 days 22,348 days 1935–1944
14 Kris Aquino 14 Feb 1971Living 48 years, 248 days 17,780 days 2010–2016
(de facto)
15 1 Hilaria Aguinaldo 17 Feb 18776 Mar 1921 44 years, 17 days 16,087 days 1899–1901

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Oldest living Philippine First Spouses[edit]

Spouse Date range Age Time span
Hilaria Aguinaldo 23 January 1899 (1899-01-23)–6 March 1921 (1921-03-06) 21 years, 351 days 44 years, 28 days 22 years, 28 days
No oldest Living First Spouse February 6, 1921–15 November 1935 (1935-11-15) 14 years, 282 days
Aurora Quezon 15 November 1935 (1935-11-15)–28 April 1949 (1949-04-28) 47 years, 269 days 61 years, 86 days 13 years, 164 days
Pacencia Laurel 28 April 1949 (1949-04-28)–1 January 1960 (1960-01-01) 59 years, 363 days 70 years, 246 days 10 years, 248 days
Esperanza Osmeña 1 January 1960 (1960-01-01)–4 April 1978 (1978-04-04) 65 years, 14 days 83 years, 107 days 18 years, 93 days
Trinidad Roxas 4 April 1978 (1978-04-04)–20 June 1995 (1995-06-20) 95 years, 267 days 95 years, 267 days 17 years, 85 days
Luz Magsaysay 20 June 1995 (1995-06-20)–17 August 2004 (2004-08-17) 81 years, 3 days 90 years, 53 days 9 years, 58 days
Amelita Ramos 17 August 2004 (2004-08-17) – present 76 years, 234 days 91 years, 297 days(living) 15 years, 64 days
Spouse Date range Age Time span

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Second Spouses by longevity[edit]

Rank
OO Second Spouse
Life Dates
Age
Longevity
In role
1 6 Edith Pelaez 15 Mar 19156 Jul 2014 99 years, 113 days 36,273 days 1961–1965
2 3 Mariquit Lopez 19 Apr 190426 May 1999 95 years, 37 days 34,735 days 1949–1953
7 1965–1972
3 8 Celia Laurel 23 May 1928Living 91 years, 150 days 33,387 days 1986–1992
4 11 Ruth Guingona 4 Mar 1929Living 90 years, 230 days 33,102 days 2001–2004
5 9 Loi Ejercito 2 Jun 1930Living 89 years, 140 days 32,647 days 1992–1998
6 4 Leonila Garcia 17 Jul 190617 May 1994 87 years, 304 days 32,081 days 1953–1957
7 5 Eva Macapagal 1 Nov 191516 May 1999 83 years, 196 days 30,512 days 1957–1961
8 1 Esperanza Osmeña 18 Dec 18944 Apr 1978 83 years, 107 days 30,422 days 1935–1944
9 2 Victoria Quirino 18 May 193129 Nov 2006 75 years, 195 days \27,589 days 1946–1948
10 13 Elenita Binay 8 Nov 1944Living 74 years, 346 days 27,374 days 2010–2016
11 10 Jose Miguel Arroyo 27 Jun 1945Living 74 years, 115 days 27,143 days 1998–2001
12 12 Arlene de Castro 18 Apr 1950Living 69 years, 185 days 25,387 days 2004–2010
13 Aika Robredo 12 Jan 1988Living 31 years, 281 days 11,604 days 2016–present
(de facto)

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Oldest living Second Spouses[edit]

Second Spouse Date range Age Time span
Esperanza Osmeña 15 November 1935 (1935-11-15)–4 April 1978 (1978-04-04) 40 years, 332 days 83 years, 107 days 42 years, 140 days
Mariquit Lopez 4 April 1978 (1978-04-04)–14 June 1971 (1971-06-14) 73 years, 350 days 95 years, 37 days 21 years, 52 days
Edith Pelaez 26 May 1999 (1999-05-26)–6 July 2014 (2014-07-06) 84 years, 72 days 99 years, 113 days 15 years, 41 days
Celia Laurel 6 July 2014 (2014-07-06) – present 86 years, 44 days 91 years, 150 days(living) 5 years, 106 days
Second Spouse Date range Age Time span

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