John Daugherty, Realtors Attends On the Move Luncheon Benefiting the Multiple Sclerosis Society

Posted by Roseann Rogers — April 22, 2015

1429745659HOUSTON, TX - A group from John Daugherty, Realtors recently attended and participated in the On the Move Luncheon benefiting the Multiple Sclerosis Society. This year's sold-out luncheon at River Oaks Country Club honored the Person On the Move, Judi Johnson, and the Company On the Move, Saks Fifth Avenue.

John Daugherty, Realtors' sales associate, Emily Covey, spearheaded the effort to get her fellow colleagues involved because of a personal connection with the organization. Covey first became aware of MS when her roommate at the University of Texas, Wendy Bedortha was diagnosed. Today, Emily continues to be involved with the cause by serving on the On the Move Luncheon committee, along with her good friend Wendy, benefiting the Multiple Sclerosis Society.

1429745496JDR Sales associates Sharon Dreyer, Vicki Garcia Lehner, PR & Business Development Director, Roseann Rogers, Richard Ray and Charlotte Blocker Farshchi

On the Move is a nationwide education and fundraising program founded in 1999. The Houston Luncheon celebrates leaders in the MS community while raising funds to support research and programming.

1429745531Wendy Bedortha and JDR Sales Associate, Emily Covey

News of the event was reported by Houston Chronicle.

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