The oldest working nurse in the country, who works at Tacoma General Hospital, turned 92 Monday.

Florence "See-See" Rigney graduated from Tacoma General Nursing School just after World War II.

Seven decades later, she still works there. Rigney sets up operating rooms and helps patients prep for surgery.

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Rigney tried to retire once at age 67, but that only lasted six months.

"Sometimes it's kind of embarrassing," said Rigney. "I certainly feel honored and humbled. I feel very blessed to be able to still function."

In 2015, Washington Governor Jay Inslee issued a proclamation congratulating Rigby on being "our nation's oldest working registered nurse."

Rigney says she's seen many changes in her 70+ years as a nurse.

For starters, computers.

"I've had to learn how to use a computer, which is a big thing," she admitted.

As for retirement?

Rigney says she hopes to retire someday, but she's already tried that – 26 years ago.

"I am going to retire one of these days," she said.