Employee with Down’s syndrome retires after 33 years at McDonald’s

Fast-food giant McDonald’s has honoured an employee with Down’s syndrome, as he retired after 33 years of loyal service. Daniel Lybrink, a 62 year-old, this week retired as a lobby manger at a McDonald’s branch in Brighton, Michigan, where he started working in 1984, according to local media reports.

Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.independent.co.uk

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