FILE PHOTO: A 92-year-old man who works as a greeter at a Tennessee McDonald’s loves his job and hopes to continue to help diners at the restaurant for many years.
Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images
Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

92-year-old McDonald’s greeter has no plans of retiring

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Ike Baker started working at the Dayton McDonald’s 21 year ago, WTVC reported

Baker, a Korean War veteran, greets customers and makes sure they have everything they need with their orders.

Baker told WTVC he has no plans to retire and hopes to work “at least another 10 years.”

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