Rose Syracuse is retiring as the longest-serving employee in Macy's history.

The 92-year-old started working at Macy's in New York in 1939.

“This was my first job and I didn’t go anyplace else,” Syracuse, told The Daily News. “I was happy here.”

Syracuse worked behind the scenes at the flagship store, where she got her job after passing a math and typing test. She went on to work for decades in the store’s phone and mail order department, until the Internet made her job obsolete.

For the last three years she has worked on archival projects for the department that organizes the parade and other special events. A broken hip sustained in a fall months ago forced the brand's oldest employee into retirement. Despite no longer working at the store, she insists that she will always remain a customer.