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More recently, she worked four hours a day doing the breakfast and supper shifts at Highview.
Even an angina attack, which put her in hospital for 12 days last June, did not slow her down much.
"I don't find it hard. I enjoy it. All the ladies are nice and I've made some good friends."
Her boss, Christine Carter, said Mrs Myers was easily her oldest employee and one of the hardest working.
"She's an amazing baker and a really hard worker."
A problem hip and some encouragement from her family convinced Mrs Myers to retire one last time.
"I don't know what I'm going to do now. I get bored easily," she said.
The first time she retired was from the Copper Kettle restaurant when she was 65, but she soon discovered retirement was not for her.
"I was thinking `blow this, what do I do now?'. I was bored out of my mind."
She started doing the baking for South City Coffee, but when it closed she found the boredom returning.
A newspaper advertisement led her to Highview, where she has become popular for her cinnamon oysters and caramel square.