PHILLIPS, WISCONSIN — Retirement isn't for everyone and 104-year-old Florence Teeters is the perfect example.
Born in 1915, Florence may just be the oldest person to have taken down a deer in Wisconsin, after her son helped her to obtain her hunting license just days before.
Speaking to NBC15, her youngest of five children Bill said that he took his mother to a hunting blind recently when a buck showed up around 30 yards away.
He told reporters that he tapped her on her knee and pointed out to the unsuspecting buck; she nodded, grinned and then took her shot.
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is currently looking into the claim that Teeters may be the oldest registered hunter in the state.