The Picket Fence under new management

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The Picket Fence antique resale shop in Oracle is under new ownership. Dorothy Ogden, the previous owner sold the store in April to Paul Trambarulo and Brian Pincin.

Ogden owned the store for 16 years. Trambarulo says that Ogden is still an integral part of the store and will continue at the store a few days a week.

Jerry Twille also will be working at the store. The Picket Fence will still continue what Ogden was doing but will carry a broader variety of new and antique furniture, new and antique collectibles, jewelry and miscellaneous items.

They have a western room with southwestern themed items.

Trambarulo is originally from New Jersey and Pincin from Pennsylvania. Both men said they grew up with antiques. Pincin said he remembered his grandmother having a 20 room house filled with antiques.

Trambarulo and Pincin were the previous proprietors of Ellie’s Vintage Emporium in Central City, Colorado. The Picket Fence is located at1285 W. American Avenue. Look for the yellow building with the white picket fence.

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