We crave stories like this because it’s not often they make the news. But someone remembered to call the press the day that Freia David retired after 32 years of service with McDonald’s. Freia has Down Syndrome but nonetheless came to work every shift for 32 years with a smile on her face. When people say that the developmentally disabled are unable to hold down long-term employment, show them this video.

McDonald's Employee With Down Syndrome Retires After 32 Years

THEY'RE LOVIN' HER: A McDonald's employee with Down syndrome in Massachusetts retired after 32 years on the job — and earned a touching tribute from employees and customers.

Posted by ABC World News Tonight with David Muir on Tuesday, August 30, 2016