Lynn Morrison (n. Copp)
Lynn Morrison (n. Copp), 62, of Chemainus BC, passed away January 27th, 2016, at home in the loving arms of her family.
Lynn was born February 10, 1953 in Chemainus BC to Rose and George Copp. She attended school in Chemainus and graduated there. She then met the love of her life in Chemainus, Ken Morrison. They married in 1978.
Lynn is predeceased by her sister Laurie Williams, her nephews Jason and Ryan Odlund, her son-in-law Nick Hawkins, and her best friend Sandi Moore. She is survived and sorely missed by her husband Ken, sister Cindy Lunde, her children Quinn (Adam), Jesse (Jessie), Sheena, and Keeley (Dave). As well as her grandchildren Cailin, James, Trey, Kristine, Lucy, Isis, Athena, Payton, Myleigh, and Pacey.
Lynn was an avid volunteer in the Cowichan Valley, spearheading the start up of the Harvest House Food Bank in Chemainus. She was president of the Fuller Lake Figure Skating Club and dedicated volunteer for them, as well as president of the Chemainus, Saltair, Crofton Minor Softball Association and coach of MANY teams. She was a second mother to any child that needed it, and a staunch advocate for the less fortunate. Lynn won a Golden Brush award as well as a Black Tie Award for her lifetime of selfless volunteer work. She loved playing games with friends and spending time with her beloved dog Joey, her children and her grandchildren.
A Celebration of Life will be held at the Chemainus Legion February 13 2016, 12-3pm, followed by a “Lynn Morrison Memorial Ball Game” at Chemainus Ballpark after. Bring your glove and gear! In lieu of flowers or cards please make a donation to the Harvest House Food Bank in Lynn’s name.
LETS PLAY BALL!