Cindy L. Morrison, who had worked for the fourth-generation family-owned Dundalk Florist Greenhouses and Gifts for 27 years, died Sept. 17 of breast cancer at her Forest Hill home. She was 54.
Cindy L. Koch, whose parents owned and operated the flower business, was born in Baltimore and raised in Dundalk. She was a 1977 graduate of Dundalk High School.
Since 1984, Mrs. Morrison had been sales manager and purchased all of the inventory for the gift department of the florist, which was founded in 1910 in the 7200 block of German Hill Road.
Mrs. Morrison, who had been diagnosed with breast cancer 71/2 years ago, had not retired at her death.
She had been an active member of the Dundalk Chamber of Commerce and the Dundalk Women's Club.
Mrs. Morrison enjoyed entertaining family and friends and her "movie nights" with them. She also liked camping near Ocean City, in northern Baltimore County and in Pennsylvania. She was a dog lover.
Services were held Sept. 21 at the Duda-Ruck Funeral Home in Dundalk.
Surviving are her husband of 35 years and high school sweetheart, Bryan W. Morrison, a safe installer for Diebold Inc.; two daughters, Yvette A. Morrison of Dover, Del., and Amy L. Morrison of Paw Paw, W.Va.; her father, August H. Koch Jr. of Dundalk; a brother, August H. Koch III of Dundalk; three sisters, Dawn V. Kuhnert and V. Lynn Hershner, both of Dundalk, and Mary C. McWilliams of Abingdon; and two grandchildren.Copyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun