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•   Judi Lee (Carroll)  7/16
•   Gail Anderson (Tedford)  6/22
•   Susan Booth (Carlson)  5/31
•   Phyllis Vargo (Atkins)  3/30
•   Susan McIlhenny (Barry)  3/10
•   Gerald (Jerry) Crowell (AKA){Keith}  3/6
•   Shelly Gibson (Edwards)  2/25
•   Michael Dodson  2/24
•   Curtis Lintvedt  2/24
•   Susan Austin (Futrell)  2/23
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2 live in Alabama
1 lives in Alaska
6 live in Arizona
118 live in California
2 live in Colorado
1 lives in Florida
1 lives in Georgia
2 live in Idaho
1 lives in Illinois
2 live in Indiana
1 lives in Iowa
1 lives in Kansas
1 lives in Montana
1 lives in Nebraska
6 live in Nevada
1 lives in New Hampshire
1 lives in New York
1 lives in North Carolina
2 live in Ohio
1 lives in Oklahoma
7 live in Oregon
1 lives in Texas
2 live in Virginia
6 live in Washington
1 lives in Ontario
1 lives in Denmark
362 location unknown
78 are deceased


•   Cheryl (Sherry) Sanderson (Westfall)  8/4
•   John Harris  8/9
•   Bobbie Kida (Johnson)  8/10
•   Linda Owen (Dusharme)  8/15
•   Michael Ponce  8/25
•   Bob Shippen  8/25
•   Harry DuMond (DuMond)  8/26
•   Janis Rivett (Blake)  8/29
•   Mark Silverman  9/1
•   Phyllis Vargo (Atkins)  9/2


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Helix High School
Class of 1965

Hello to all of the many friends and family members of Barry Silveus. This is Barry’s daughter, Sara, and I wanted to let all of you know that Barry passed away peacefully last Sunday, May 23, 2021 at St. Charles Hospital in Bend, Oregon. As you were all aware my dad, Barry, was sick with Covid. You don’t think it will happen to someone so close to you...but this time it did. He spent the last 3+ weeks in the hospital fighting this damn thing, in the ICU on a ventilator. During this time we received good and bad news and a lot of ups and downs and not being able to visit him was the hardest thing, however we were able to be by his side when he finally passed. I know Debbie and I both really appreciate all of your wonderful thoughts and prayers throughout his fight. He fought hard and kept the faith but God decided that it was time to release him from the struggle. I was amazed to open his Facebook and see how many friends he had. I know he loved all of you and some of you had some really great memories with. Thanks again for your support. There will be a funeral held in Bend, Oregon at his church June 19, 2021 at 2:30pm. Compass Church, 222 SE Reed Market Rd, Bend, OR 97702. Please reach out to me at if you would like to attend.




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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