TURLOCK--Jun. 19--What Glen Skooglund really dreamed of doing was owning his own antique shop.
In the late mornings and afternoons, before leaving for the night shift at International Paper Co., Skooglund would refinish pieces of old furniture.
Occasionally, he'd also put together a frame for a friend or the Ludlowe Co. But mainly he'd work on antiques and dream of putting his name over a door somewhere.
"He had bought loads of antiques," his wife and partner, Carol, said. "But he never got the chance to refinish all of them."
That's because those picture frames started getting in the way.
No matter how hard he tried to become an …