WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Milton Garland, honored this week in Washington, D.C. as the nation's oldest worker at 102, will be interviewed on the "Today" television show Sunday morning, said Mike Cunningham, director of human resources at the Frick Co. in Waynesboro.
Garland retired as Frick's vice president of technological services in 1967, but remains with the company as a full-time private consultant. In 1988, he cut his hours down to mornings only.
Garland started working at Frick in 1920 and has his name on 40 patents related to the refrigeration industry.
Cunningham said the interview would air sometime around 8:30 a.m. on the NBC-TV program.