ST. PAUL, Minn.--Stacy and Tony Moran love providing food for their community. This generous couple knows that they are doing more than feeding the stomach of their community, they are feeding the soul.
Tony Moran's parents were one of the founding parishioners of Our Lady Guadalupe church in St. Paul and he and his family have continued to serve and be a part of the church family for many years. Because of their love for the community, the Moran's have chosen to utilize the resources of their catering business, TST Creative Catering, to provide community meals to Our Lady Guadalupe and other churches including Trinity First Lutheran Church in Minneapolis and The Alley, a church with locations in St. Paul and Cottage Grove.
Stacy and Tony love to know that people are enjoying the food that has been prepared for these meals, but seeing these communities gathering at the churches to experience fellowship with one another is something that both Tony and Stacy would say brings them even greater joy.
It is their knowledge of the importance of fellowship that led the couple to believe that they could do even more to provide for their friends and neighbors. As a result the Pay It Forward Funerals ministry was born. Pay It Forward Funerals works to provide meals for families who have lost a loved one and may not have the funds to pay for a meal after the service.
Stacy and Tony feel that they have been inspired and blessed by those that have chosen to invest in their business and their lives. They have faith that God will provide all that they need as they continue to provide for the needs of others.
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