“He’s never worried about anything,” said his daughter Nancy Tyre, stating exactly what you assumed.
Rotelli joins a growing chorus of people who have reached an advanced age and swear a little something to drink has helped them keep going. Grace Jones, who is 109, credits whiskey consumption for her advanced age. “I don’t drink, but I have a little drop of whiskey every night,” she says.
Then there's 103-year-old Mildred Bowers, who Thrillist wrote about previously. She has a simple bit of advice for everyone: "Have a beer."
It might not be hard science, but you should always respect your elders. So, you should probably have a drink.