“It touches my heart very deeply to see you all turn out for this event,” said Linda Marshall, a mother with a mission. She was addressing 230 industry executives gathered in the Union League Club Tuesday evening for the fifth annual Beyond Beauty fund-raising dinner for the James E. Marshall OCD Foundation.
Named after Marshall’s son, who died of complications from obsessive-compulsive disorder, the foundation is devoted to raising awareness of the disease and finding a cure. The dinner generated $220,000, pushing the five-year total past $1 million.
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