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Marshall Tucker

Marshall is a person in long term recovery from a Substance Use Disorder, which means he has not found it necessary to use any mood or mind altering substances since September 1, 1988. He is from the Richmond area, attended the Engineering program at VCU in the 70's and loves math.

Marshall retired from Quebecor Printing Company in 2011 as a Quality Control Analyst, and he currently hols certificates for Recovery Coach and Peer Leadership Skills as well as Certified Peer Recovery Specialist. He has been committed to carrying recovery's message of hope to jails and institutions as a meeting facilitator for over 20 years and loves working with the forgotten people... the castaways of our society. Marshall is married with two children, both of whom are lawyers.

Marshall Tucker Correctional Program Facilitator

Marshall is a person in long term recovery from a Substance Use Disorder, which means he has not found it necessary to use any mood or mind altering substances since September 1, 1988. He has been committed to carrying recovery's message of hope to jails and institutions as a meeting facilitator for over 20 years and loves working with the forgotten people... the castaways of our society. Marshall is married with two children, both of whom are lawyers.