Infant Son Collmar
Rida N. Collmar
Easton Express, Wednesday, February 18, 1925, page 2
Mrs. Charles Collmar
Mrs. Norma McFall Collmar, wife of Dr. Charles Collmar, of 15 South Fifth street, died at 8 o’clock last evening at the Easton Hospital, of complications which followed a severe attack of colitis. She was admitted to the hospital on February 10.
Mrs. Colmar was 61 years of age and was a daughter of Isaac D. and Louisa Young McFall. She was born at martin’s Creek, Lower Mt. Bethel but nearly all her life was spent in this city. She was graduated from t he South Easton High school, taught in South Easton schools for six years and ten took a course in the Boston Conservatory of Music. She was the first supervisor of music in the Easton public schools.
For eight years Mrs. Collmar was organist oat Trinity Episcopal church, this city. She was the organizer of the New Century Club and was most active in the club during its existence. She possessed considerable executive ability and was a leader in every enterprise in which she took an interest.
Mrs. Collmar is survived by her husband and one daughter, Rida Norma Collmar, living at home, and also by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac D. McFall, of 163 West St. Joseph Street, South Side.