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Jan. 25—Nearly 20 years ago on the early morning of Dec. 11, 2005, Chairo Garibay Ferreyra planned on attending church with her family in Olivehurst.

Garibay, then 20 years old, was close with her large, extended family. She was a social, busy young adult who worked at a video store, went to church regularly and looked forward to attending California State University, Sacramento in the new year.

"I have memories of her as she was as a person, which is a sweet, kind, warm person. She was always willing to help others. She was definitely one of those people who could light up a room and had a contagious laugh. She was just a really happy person," Garibay's sister Marisol Villaseñor said.