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  • Josephine Moorman, 18, bags up some meat from the freezer filled with beef and turkey for a client. Since it opened in 2013, Moorman has volunteered at St. John Neumann Church's St. Vincent de Paul Society food pantry with her family. The food pantry is the recipient of frozen meat, produce and bakery goods that come from St. Vincent de Paul Georgia, as part of its Food Recovery and Distribution Program. Photo By Michael Alexander
  • Amy Krysiek, left, and Leo Payne are co-presidents of the St. Vincent de Paul Society (SVdP) at St. John Neumann Church, Lilburn. In the background are three of the SVdP food pantry’s five freezers, which hold frozen meat, produce, and bakery goods that come from St. Vincent de Paul Georgia, as part of its Food Recovery and Distribution Program. Photo By Michael Alexander
  • Robby Moorman, 13, bags up some items for a client from the shelves of the St. Vincent de Paul Society food pantry at St. John Neumann Church, Lilburn. Since it opened in 2013, Moorman has volunteered at the food pantry with his family. The food pantry is open to clients on Tuesday evening and Saturday morning. Photo By Michael Alexander
  • Volunteers and one of the clients stop to pray, Feb. 11, at St. John Neumann Church’s St. Vincent de Paul Society food pantry. Photo By Michael Alexander
  • Ashley Moorman, 18, bags up some meat from the freezer filled with beef and turkey for a client. Since it opened in 2013, Moorman has volunteered at St. John Neumann Church’s St. Vincent de Paul Society food pantry with her family. The food pantry is the recipient of frozen meat, produce, and bakery goods that come from St. Vincent de Paul Georgia, as part of its Food Recovery and Distribution Program. Photo By Michael Alexander

Josephine Moorman, 18, bags up some meat from the freezer filled with beef and turkey for a client. Since it opened in 2013, Moorman has volunteered at St. John Neumann Church’s St. Vincent de Paul Society food pantry with her family. The food pantry is the recipient of frozen meat, produce and bakery goods that come from St. Vincent de Paul Georgia, as part of its Food Recovery and Distribution Program. Photo By Michael Alexander


Lilburn

Leadership of retiring SVdP Georgia director praised

Innovation in the food pantry program is one of the hallmarks of John Berry, who has led St. Vincent de Paul Georgia for 14 years. Berry, who is the CEO, has announced plans to step down in September.