Washington, DC - Betty Nash had a special day recently at Reagan National Airport in D.C.  She was honored by American Airlines for her service as a flight attendant, having stood the test of time, according to the Association of Mature American Citizens [AMAC]. 

Betty began her career 60 years ago when they still called them stewardesses.  She overcame the prejudices of ageism and sexism by holding out and watching things change for the better.  By the way, she is still on the job at the young old age of 82.