ELIAS FUNEZ/efunez@modbee.com
Anne Engert, mother of locksmith Glendon Engert who was shot and killed along with deputy Robert Paris while evicting attempting to evict James Ferrario last April on Chrysler Drive in Modesto, holds back tears as she recalls how many people her son affected during his 35 years of life Monday (01-28-13) at her home in Oakdale.
ELIAS FUNEZ/efunez@modbee.com Anne Engert, mother of locksmith Glendon Engert who was shot and killed along with deputy Robert Paris while evicting attempting to evict James Ferrario last April on Chrysler Drive in Modesto, holds back tears as she recalls how many people her son affected during his 35 years of life Monday (01-28-13) at her home in Oakdale. Modesto Bee
ELIAS FUNEZ/efunez@modbee.com Anne Engert, mother of locksmith Glendon Engert who was shot and killed along with deputy Robert Paris while evicting attempting to evict James Ferrario last April on Chrysler Drive in Modesto, holds back tears as she recalls how many people her son affected during his 35 years of life Monday (01-28-13) at her home in Oakdale. Modesto Bee

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