Original employees of Andalusia Walmart celebrate 30 years - WSFA.com Montgomery Alabama news.

Original employees of Andalusia Walmart celebrate 30 years

The original employees were celebrated during a ceremony Friday. (Source: Walmart) The original employees were celebrated during a ceremony Friday. (Source: Walmart)
Every celebration needs cake! (Source: Walmart) Every celebration needs cake! (Source: Walmart)
ANDALUSIA, AL (WSFA) -

Four original associates who were there when the ribbon was cut on the Andalusia Walmart back in 1987 are celebrating 30 years on the job.

Clarise Weaver, Chandra Fowler, Susan Henderson, and Cynthia Kervin are being celebrated for their commitment.

Two of the employees, Kervin and Henderson, recalled meeting Sam Walton, founder of the world's largest retailer, and even attended a shareholders meeting/picnic at Walton’s house.

The store held a milestone celebration Friday morning to honor the original employees.  

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