The angels received Helga Ilse Gertrud Kadolsky Kollar into their loving arms on March 20.
Born in Berlin, Germany, on Feb. 12, 1936, to Georg Max Kadolsky and Margarete Gruttner Kadolsky, she was a survivor of World War II.
She married an American named Earnie Kollar in Wiesbaden, Germany, in 1957 and moved to the USA a year later.
She went back to school, achieving a Master of Art Psychology at Pepperdine University, Malibu and a Bachelor of Fine Arts, Painting and Drawing, Cal State Long Beach.
She founded The Kollar Center in Pacific Palisades, dedicated to holistic well being and education
In 2009 she moved to Bozeman, Montana, to be closer to her family.
She is survived by her ex-husband Earnie D. Kollar, her sister Isa Ryan, her son Robert Kollar, her daughter Susanna and son-in-law Brent Evertsen. Also five grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.
She is greatly loved and missed. Rest in love, joy and peace.
We owe our loving gratitude to her very special friend Larry Lathrop and The Compassus Hospice Team – Bozeman, MT.
Helga’s philosophy: Life is abundant—love is the only true power there is and the more we give the more we receive.
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