Helen Vollmer Obituary (2021) – Grand Haven, MI – Grand Haven Tribune – Legacy.com
Helen Mary (Koscinski) Vollmer, previously of Spring Lake, MI died quietly on September 10th at the age of 87.
She was born on Might 3, 1934 in Muskegon, MI one of two daughters to Peter and Pauline Koscinski. Helen was the cherished mother of 5 kids. She will certainly be valued dearly for her commitment to her family members, as well as the exceptional work she did of increasing her kids. She struck the ideal balance in between protective mothering, advertising responsible freedom, as well as instilling a common sense that provided a solid foundation for all 5 children to come to be effective adults.Helen is made it through by her 5 youngsters: Stuart (Lynnell )Vollmer II of Spring Lake, MI, Jon(Sheila Keady)Vollmer of Naples, FL, Ross (Dawn) Vollmer of Bradenton, FL, Luanna(William Alphen II)Vollmer of Litchfield, NH as well as Ronald(Marie )Vollmer of Chelsea, MI. She has 17 grandchildren as well as 10 wonderful grandchildren. She is also made it through by her sibling, Sally Kempker of Spring Lake, MI, along with her previous other half of 31 years, Stuart Vollmer Sr. of Spring Lake, MI.Helen finished from Muskegon High School in 1952 as well as
not long after married Stuart Vollmer. They quickly started a raising a family, moving in between Springtime Lake and Grand Haven before settling completely in Springtime Lake. She was a great cook and additionally hung around helping with the family members construction business.In the mid 1980’s Helen returned to college at Grand Rapids Community College gaining an Affiliate’s degree in Radiological Technology. In 1988 she relocated to Tampa florida, FL and gained a Bachelor’s level in Education from the University of South Florida. She helped numerous years as an X-ray Engineer at Zephyrhills Hospital in Zephyrhills, FL. In September 2017 she evacuated FL as a result of Typhoon Irma as well as never ever returned, rather moving in with her only daughter, Luanna Vollmer in Litchfield, NH. The household is permanently thankful to our sibling Luanna for the love as well as treatment she provided to our mommy in the last 4 years of her life.An exclusive family members remembrance will certainly be held at a yet to be determined day. Released in Grand Haven Tribune on Sep. 13, 2021.