"It's been the greatest pleasure of my life," said 100-year-old Lilly Nutter.
When Lilly Nutter's grandson went to fight in
"About two days ago I sent the 1,181st box," said Nutter.
With over 1,000 care packages sent, Nutter says the heartfelt thank you notes she gets from soldiers is why she continues sending packages overseas.
"My thank you for all of this is the six to seven-hundred thank you letters on the table from the troops," said Nutter.
"Her attitude keeps her alive. She's too busy to die," said Betty Campbell, Nutter's daughter.
"She just doesn't believe in limitations. She doesn't see any reason that age should slow you down," said
"When I see all the sick people here suffering and in pain and I don't have an ache or a pain at 100, my vision has diminished but how blessed am I? I know it's the gift of god," said Nutter.
President Obama and several local politicians took the time wish Nutter a happy birthday and thank her for all that she's done.
"This isn't new for her, she's always been a do-gooder it's just her last incantation," said
"I feel that I've come home," said Nutter.