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Heavy hitters gather for epilepsy benefit

From left: Mike Barnicle, US Senator-elect Elizabeth Warren and husband Bruce Mann, and David Axelrod.

Yoon S. Byun/Globe Staff

From left: Mike Barnicle, US Senator-elect Elizabeth Warren and husband Bruce Mann, and David Axelrod.

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Bank of America exec Anne Finucane and her husband, MSNBC contributor Mike Barnicle, joined President Obama adviser David Axelrod and his wife, Susan, as the chairs of Wednesday night’s benefit for Citizens United for Research in Epilepsy at Fenway Park. The CURE 2012 Boston Benefit had a long list of local, prominent supporters, including dinner committee members Cyndy and John Fish, of Suffolk Construction; Sox CEO Larry Lucchino and his wife, Stacey; Eileen and Jack Connors; and Carol Fulp, of the Partnership, and her husband, businessman C. Bernard.

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