In the 10 years since Linda Marshall started the foundation dedicated to fighting the OCD disease that claimed the life of her son James, she has had help from her old friend, singing legend Dionne Warwick. When it came time to mark the 10th anniversary of the James E. Marshall OCD Foundation, she recruited another legend from her past, actor Robert Wagner, as the master of ceremonies for the organization’s recent annual dinner. The three of them have known each other since the Eighties, when Marshall and Warwick launched the women’s fragrance Dionne in 1987.
During the dinner, Wagner, who recently turned 84, sat between Warwick and Marshall in Manhattan’s Union League Club, showing them pictures of his grandchildren. “We’ve been friends for a long time,” he said during his opening remarks. He then praised Marshall’s success as president of Elysée Scientific Cosmetics Inc. and her unstinting generosity as a friend.
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