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MSU honors employee for 60 years of service

September 13, 2013

Henry Isaac has spent 60 of his 74 years working for Mississippi State University. Thursday, the Mississippi State dining program honored Isaac for his 60 years of service to the school.

Isaac, who is simply known as “Mr. Henry,” was surrounded by family and friends honor the occasion. Isaac started as a dish washer at Perry Cafeteria in 1953, and later became a cook. Isaac said he came from a cooking family, so he began to cook, too.

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