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HELMS Cynthia Helms Cynthia Helms was gathered on April 12, 2019. She was born 95 years ago in Maldon, England. She joined the British Navy during World War II at 18 and served as a WREN. After the war, she emigrated to the U.S. with two toddlers and her then husband Dr. Allan McKelvie, settled...

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I am so sorry to hear this news. What a wonderful woman she was. I thoroughly enjoyed the day I spent with her a few months ago, researching my book on the CIA directors. She was full of wonderful stories about Dick Helms, whom she obviously adored, and vice versa. My sincere condolences.

Warm condolences to your family. May you find comfort in the promise of seeing your loved one again. John 6:40

Grief can be so very hard, but our special memories can help us to cope. Remember them today and always. 1 Corinthians 15:26.

My deepest sympathy to the family of Cynthia Helms. May you be comforted in knowing that our Heavenly Father cares for you. He will give you strength and courage to cope with your loss. Psalm 94:17-19

My condolences, to the family,
When your hearts and minds are over-whelmed the God of all comfort will be with you Psalms 94:19

With deepest sympathy to the family and friends of Ms. Helms. May "the love of God" and heartwarming memories of your dearly loved family member and friend give you comfort beyond measure. (1 John 4:9)

Sorry for your loss. May God give your family peace and comfort during this difficult time. Isa 66:2

A interesting, accomplished and avid bridge player, she was a smiling, helpful member of the Guy Mason Duplicate Bridge Club. She will be missed by the directors and players.

Cynthia was an amazing woman- smart, fun with a great wit. I loved playing bridge with her at Guy Mason and will miss her.