Great-Grandmother Goes Skydiving for Her 94th Birthday: 'I Would Do It Again'
Eila Campbell joked, "I figured I’ll never make it for another year. Better do it now."
A 94-year-old Pennsylvania woman has celebrated her birthday by going skydiving with her granddaughter and great-granddaughter.
Eila Campbell, of Williamsport, took the 10,000-foot plunge on Sunday.
“It was great, I loved it," Campbell told APTN. "I would do it again. Everyone thinks I’m a little nuts anyway."
Her granddaughter, Sara Schuelke, and her great-granddaughter, Jess Fox, followed closely behind her.
All three of them did tandem jumps with instructors.
“This was on her bucket list and there was no way I was missing the most incredible matriarch jumping,” Schuelke said. “I wasn’t going to miss it.”
The great-grandmother said she wanted to skydive for her 94th birthday since she isn't getting any younger.
“I figured I’ll never make it for another year,” Campbell joked. “Better do it now.”
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