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McDonalds Employee Turns 100 Years Old

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 A McDonald's in Needham, Massachusetts gave a special celebration to one very special employee.

Morris Miller turned 100 years old on Saturday and a large celebration was held for his milestone birthday.

But it wasn't just about that! Miller was recognized for his quarter-century of employment at McDonalds!

He started when he was 75. When miller was 90 years old he could not do all the heavy lifting so his employer put miller to work with the customers… where he really shines.  

"I did whatever they wanted me to do," says miller.

A regular customer Orlando say Miller is "funny and he makes us all laugh."

The store owner, Tim McCoy, knows Miller is a special employee.

"This is what keeps all the customers coming back, his smile and his determination to just keep on going," McCoy says.

"I'll keep coming as long as I can move", Miller responds.

Miller fancies himself as the "ambassador" at this McDonalds and the customers just love interacting with him and his infectious personality!

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