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Wednesday, January 31, 2018

‘Heart and soul’ of Frederick restaurant community dies after being treated for flu

A beloved fixture in downtown Frederick’s restaurant community died Wednesday after being treated for flu-related symptoms at Frederick Memorial Hospital, family and friends said.

Hospital spokeswoman Melissa Lambdin confirmed that an adult patient died at Frederick Memorial Hospital this week while being treated for the flu. Lambdin did not release or confirm the patient’s name, but friends identified her as Colleen Magrann Morin, a well-known and much-loved bartender and de facto manager at Firestone’s Culinary Tavern.

Morin, 41, was the “heart and soul” of the local restaurant industry and a beloved face in downtown Frederick, where she lived with her husband, Casey, said Joan Rambo, a fellow bartender who worked with Casey at Guido’s bar on North Market Street.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Oh wait didn't a nurse die from a flu shot??? Geeee I wonder why no one can link the two,m to vaccines...