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SeeSee's coworkers at Tacoma General Hospital presented her with flowers, a crown and a birthday sash to celebrate the occasion. She seemed delighted by the fanfare and joked that she stayed in bed that morning overwhelmed by her age, to which everyone laughed.
"I thank you all," she said. "You are all wonderful."
The birthday girl was even read a letter written to her by Washington Gov. Jay Inslee.
The CEO of Multicare hospitals, Bill Robertson, also wrote a message in her honor, pointing out that she is the oldest working nurse in the country.
"Just imagine all the changes SeeSee has seen in her life since she graduated from high school -- in 1943," he wrote. "Listening to some of the details of the experiences she has had over the course of a wonderful life is inspiring."
SeeSee is known for her enthusiasm and love of learning; it's even where her nickname came from. People started calling her that when she would exclaim, "See, see," to show a teacher how well she knew her lessons.
The celebration, of course, ended with a rousing rendition of "Happy Birthday" for a very grateful SeeSee.