SALEM, OR -- The Oregon Parole Board has concluded that Mark Wilson is likely to be rehabilitated. The now 50 year old Wilson was convicted of the double murder of a Terrebonne couple during a home invasion in 1987. The Oregonian reports Wilson shot 53 year old Rod Houser 20 times with a rifle. His co-defendant, Randy Guzek (goo-zek) shot 49 year old Lois Houser three times with a handgun. Wilson confessed and was sentenced to two consecutive life terms. Guzek is on death row. Houser’s daughter, Sue Shirley said she was sickened and saddened by the parole board’s decision. Last month Deschutes county D-A John Hummel told the Parole Board he believed Wilson was capable of rehabilitation. The Parole Board will meet April 16th to determine Wilson’s release date.