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The family—a real family that lives in the greater Hartford area—has three children. The parents have, through the years, either owned or operated a series of small retail stores. Nothing too impressive, but generally successful. They own their own home, belong to a local church where the mother sings in the choir, and have volunteered at their children’s activities through the years. They are quiet, modest, friendly people.

The children are two girls and a boy. They all excelled in school and attended, at significant financial sacrifice to the family, a private high school. There they also excelled, and each child played at least one sport and studied a musical instrument. Although they are not prodigies, they were good enough to play solos at their school and church.

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