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Helix High School
Class of 1965


Wow, what a great time we had at the Marriott for our 50th Class Reunion!  We loved seeing everyone who was able to join us, and we missed those of you who couldn't come.  Please, do everything in your power to attend the next one, they are becoming family reunions and they just get better and better. We had so much fun with our photo booth acting out and feeling silly, dancing and eating, thanks to those who shared their great classic cars for everyone to see. Everyone reconnected and friendships were renewed.On behalf of the entire reunion committee, we want to thank all of you for making our 50th a special event.  Without your participation it would not have been a party!!  We voted to extend our website for the next five years, Harry DuMond has agreed to be our administrator, so keep him busy with updating your profiles and posting your life experiences and photos.  

We now have a link to the photos taken at the reunion for all of you to enjoy, you can order individually or purchase the DVD.  Please post your own photos taken at the reunion on our website.

Some of us do not want to wait five more years to have a gathering so if you would like to help organize something fun; such as a picnic or casual event, send us your ideas and be sure to update your contact information so we can keep you advised.

We want to thank you personally for all of your wonderful comments and thank you cards regarding our class reunion, it did not happen by itself and I want to acknowledge all our committee members so you can personally thank them for their time and efforts making this a HUGE success.  


Patty Floyd- Budget & Accounting

Jane Murawsky Woodard - Venue and Invitations

John Smither - DJ and Master of Ceremonies

Ron Coover - Venue, Budget, and Car Show

Harry DuMond - Website Administrator

Judy Ashley Moss - Dj & Registration

Suzy Sexton Albin - Decorations

Nancy Vidal Yale - Decorations

Dorothy Burcham Duprey - Badges &Friday night mixer

Until we see each other again, stay happy, healthy and enjoy every day.  God Bless all of you!


Cyndee Spurlock Krumholz Candace Parkhurst Mendoza

You always save the best for last….I would like to acknowledge my co-chairman; Candace Parkhurst for taking on the planning of our class reunion with me months ago.  Candy was the one who set up our meetings, created the agendas and kept the committee informed on all issues. She helped us find the perfect venue for both the mixer and the reunion which was very time consuming and a lot of foot work with extra meetings.  She also helped with creating the badges and together we were involved with all of our committee members.
Candy took care of the things in the city and because I live an hour out of San Diego, I attended all of the meetings but managed to do my part from home. I was responsible for locating the classmates and maintaining our contact list, also the banking deposits and submitting expense checks. I created our poster boards we use at all of our reunion events.
Another special thank you goes out to Patty Floyd for hosting our meetings in her home.  Like I said it takes a village to make things happen, and we were blessed with everyone’s talents.


The Photo Booth Images, Candid Images and Class Photo are online at The Photo Booth Images are available to view and download for Free. The Candid Images and Class Photo are available to view and purchase. The best deal is ourClass Photo/DVD Special for $30 +shipping which includes 1-8x10 Class Photo print and all the Candid Images on a disc.
Thank you,
Guy Raffee
PPI Photo Events

Many many thanks to the reunion committee for all the hard work put into making a wonderful event for the 50th reunion. I appreciate the work each of you contributed to making both evenings truly enjoyable for all who attended.

Joyce Bryan-Estrada

Hello Cyndee

So sorry to miss this great event. I want to thank you and the committee for all that you have done to reach out. I have enjoyed catching up with the class of 65. I regret that my schedule doesn't allow me to leave town. In retrospect, my years at Helix were among the most enjoyable of my life, so formative. I have been especially influenced by my fellow classmates who's positive and productive spirits have stuck with me for 50 years. 

I have been deeply saddened to learn of those we have lost. As painful as it is to hear, I do appreciate knowing so that I can keep these wonderful people in my thoughts and reflect on their contributions. There is a quote I keep in mind as I get older; "Death is nothing more than a change of Cosmic Address." Those we have lost may very well end up being our spiritual guides as we follow life's inevitable processes. 

As graduates we were challenged to change THE world. I am sure that at the very least we have collectively changed OUR world. I wish you all a great time at the reunion and know that the world we created is a better place than it would have been without the efforts of the Helix class of 65. 

May we live a life worthy of repeating. 

Eugene Migliaro Corporon
Regents Professor of Music
Director of Wind Studies
College of Music
University of North Texas

Artistic Director/Conductor
North Texas Wind Symphony

Music Director/ Conductor
Lone Star Wind Orchestra

Resident Conductor
Showa Academia Musicale
Kawasaki, Japan