Decatur - It's not everyday you get to turn 100 years-old on Mother's Day, but that's exactly what happened to one Decatur mom.
Servata Munson and her family moved from Iowa when she was a child.
"We've been here since 1922. I was in 9th grade, but I didn't like school," she said jokingly.
Munson was a stay at home mom who Would go on to become a volunteer with the Decatur chapter of the American Red Cross.
"I really liked volunteer work," she says.
On Sunday, Munson spent her Mother's Day like all of those that came before, except she spent it with five generations of children, grand children, great grand children, and great great grand children.