- Category : Supercentarian
- Type : PE
- Profile : 4/6 - Opportunistic / Role Model
- Definition : Split - Large
- Incarnation Cross : RAX Planning 3
Maria Lambour , whose real name is Maria Le Berre , called Kerguen , wife and widow Marshal , born September 2, 1911 and died 20 October 20141 , became at the end of his life , being one of the last Bigoudènes regularly wear the famous bigoudène cap, a symbol of Bigouden, and an advertising icon.
Maria Le Berre , called Lambour , born September 2, 1911 at the farm of Kerguen in the Knight Island in Pont l'Abbé, in a family of nine children. She learned French at school, where she went with a short headgear from the age of 7 years2 . From 1938 to 1988, she held a cafe famous Lambour locally in the neighborhood of Pont l'Abbé . It is an intractable bistro in this popular area . In 1932 , she married Charles Marshal , with whom she has two children. She has 28 years when illness takes her husband in 19403 .
In past 80 years , it becomes a " TV star " by turning in advertisements Jean Becker for the meals of Tipiak brand and its famous slogan " Pirates " 4.5 . Then it becomes one of the last to wear the famous Bigoudènes cap all days6 . In 2011 , when she celebrates centenaire7 she was elected " Bretonne of the Year" by the newspaper Le Télégramme8 . She had become the symbol of Bigouden sponsoring exhibitions "It was a cap " and " Lionel Floch " in Pont l'Abbé Museum, inagurant the trade fair of his city , becoming the godmother Iffig 29 mascot finistériens firefighters, supporting various associations such as the " Rugby Club bigouden " or " Juggling the End of the World". She even participated in the filming of a documentary on Russian television about the artist Zinaida Serebriakova9 . Maria Lambour died October 20, 2014 at the age of 103 years10 .