Well, how about more than six of them?
Fox 43's Andrew Barra shows us one special lady in Woodford County whos celebrating sixty-five years on the job.
IrmaJean Damerell remembers her first day of work at the Woodford county Courthouse.
She says, "One of my friends told me about the job that was open. And when I got the job, I was really excited to know they hired me right away on the spot."
And you know why that memory is impressive? Her first day was sixty five years ago.
"It is quite a while, " said IrmaJean. "But it didn't seem that long to me."
And Friday - the County celebrated with IrmaJean on her sixty five year ANNIVERSARY.
Circuit Clerk Carol Newtson says, "She's a wealth of knowledge. Shes kind. Just as you see her today is how she is all the time."
IrmaJean adds, "I just can't believe there's that many people that think that much of m,e to honor me in doing something like that."
IrmaJean started out as Deputy Circuit Clerk in 1947. She has since moved up to Chief Deputy. In that rime - she has seen many changes.
She says, " It used to be when I first started, we had to do everything typing and writing. We don;t have to do that now, because of machines that do the work for us."
However - some things never change.
"I like my work," She says. " I like work around people. I love to be around people. Therefore, it went in a hurry."
And her plans for retirement?
"Right now? No. I'll go on," says IrmaJean. "As long as my health holds, I'll probably keep working for a while."
IrmaJean doesn't plan to work for another 65 years.
But she does have a goal - twenty more.