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Par-Troy Funeral Home

95 Parsippany Rd.
Parsippany, NJ 07054
(973) 887-3235
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Morristown soup kitchen mourns Marla Drury, who lived her job - Morristown Green

Monday, September 19, 2016

Soup Kitchen has served thousands of meals since its inception in 1984.“We haven’t missed a day in 26 years,” Marla boasted to  MorristownGreen.com in December 2010, when volunteers from Chatham and Parsippany braved a blizzard to keep the chow line going.After joining the staff, Marla still joined the serving line with her church volunteers.“The Soup Kitchen is more than a safety net – it is a large, close-knit family,” Marla wrote on MorristownGreen.com in 2012.“Over the years, the number and diversity of guests has increased dramatically. Today the dining room still provides a safe haven for the homeless and mentally ill, but it is also filled with entire families, and the working poor each day,” she wrote.To keep pace with this growing, evolving population, the soup kitchen added an outreach center that connects guests with services and resources.Marla Drury of the Community Soup Kitchen, modeling a t-shirt for the 2010 Hunger Walk. Photo by Kevin Coughlin“By empowering guests now, many will live more independently in the future,” Marla wrote.Despite the swift progression of her il...

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Morristown soup kitchen mourns Marla Drury, who lived her job - Morristown Green

Monday, September 19, 2016

Soup Kitchen has served thousands of meals since its inception in 1984.“We haven’t missed a day in 26 years,” Marla boasted to  MorristownGreen.com in December 2010, when volunteers from Chatham and Parsippany braved a blizzard to keep the chow line going.After joining the staff, Marla still joined the serving line with her church volunteers.“The Soup Kitchen is more than a safety net – it is a large, close-knit family,” Marla wrote on MorristownGreen.com in 2012.“Over the years, the number and diversity of guests has increased dramatically. Today the dining room still provides a safe haven for the homeless and mentally ill, but it is also filled with entire families, and the working poor each day,” she wrote.To keep pace with this growing, evolving population, the soup kitchen added an outreach center that connects guests with services and resources.Marla Drury of the Community Soup Kitchen, modeling a t-shirt for the 2010 Hunger Walk. Photo by Kevin Coughlin“By empowering guests now, many will live more independently in the future,” Marla wrote.Despite the swift progression of her il...