Elaine Johnson, left, stands with her parents, Bernice and James Johnson, among family photographs of siblings and grandchildren. Johnson holds a photograph of her younger sister, Ann Johnson Curry, then 24, and Curry's two children, Erika, 4, and 20-month-old Ryan, which was taken in August 1985, days before they were murdered in their home. Michael Curry, Ann's husband and the children's father, was convicted of their murders 25 years later on April 27, 2011. An earlier photograph of Ann hangs at the bottom right.
Elaine Johnson, left, stands with her parents, Bernice and James Johnson, among family photographs of siblings and grandchildren. Johnson holds a photograph of her younger sister, Ann Johnson Curry, then 24, and Curry's two children, Erika, 4, and 20-month-old Ryan, which was taken in August 1985, days before they were murdered in their home. Michael Curry, Ann's husband and the children's father, was convicted of their murders 25 years later on April 27, 2011. An earlier photograph of Ann hangs at the bottom right. ROBIN TRIMARCHI rtrimarchi@ledger-enquirer.com
Elaine Johnson, left, stands with her parents, Bernice and James Johnson, among family photographs of siblings and grandchildren. Johnson holds a photograph of her younger sister, Ann Johnson Curry, then 24, and Curry's two children, Erika, 4, and 20-month-old Ryan, which was taken in August 1985, days before they were murdered in their home. Michael Curry, Ann's husband and the children's father, was convicted of their murders 25 years later on April 27, 2011. An earlier photograph of Ann hangs at the bottom right. ROBIN TRIMARCHI rtrimarchi@ledger-enquirer.com

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