'Pullen For Marshall Benefit' held for Sikeston 3-year-old | Community Spirit
SIKESTON, MO (KFVS) - A Sikeston family has been on quite the roller coaster ride.
This comes after a rare diagnosis for a 3 year old boy.
Doctors couldn't figure out why Marshall Pullen couldn't keep any food or liquid down.
After being airlifted to a St. Louis hospital, doctors found a rare brain tumor.
They removed 95 percent of it during surgery.
We're told they then went to check on the rest of it, and it was gone!
The 'Pullen For Marshall Benefit' is this Saturday at 7 p.m., Miner Convention Center.
Silent auction items include: St. Louis Cardinal Box Seats, tickets to a St. Louis Rams Game, tickets to see Brantley Gilbert in Poplar Bluff, autographed items from Clay Walker, LeAnn Womack, Paul Jr. from American Chopper, Larry The Cable Guy, Baseball Bat signed by Blake DeWitt and many more items.
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