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Marshall Ramsey to have golf tourney in his honor

Marshall Ramsey, editorial cartoonist for the Clarion-Ledger, will be honored this August with a cancer research golf tournament benefit in his name. Marshall’s involvement with cancer and cancer research data back to 2001 when he was diagnosed with Melanoma Cancer when he was 32 years old. As a cancer survivor, he’s helped organize the annual “Run from the Sun” 5k cancer research fund raiser as well as public speaking and artwork for posters and other educational pieces about the dangers of cancer.

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