Our Team

Jill Orobello

Store Owner

As the mother of 6 amazing kids, Jill realized early the value of creating, treasuring and protecting memories.  Her initial foray into the crafting world was focused on counted cross-stitch, needlepoint, sewing and smocking...

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Sheri Maruca

December 2010 was when I started working at Whim So Doodle! I started scrapbooking in 1998 and that is what got my create ball rolling. My favorite ways to create is by making prints with gelli plate, sketching, paint and paper collage. I can't pick one!...

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Tayler Rothwell

When I was 14 years old I started working at Whim So Doodle. My mom owns the store and I have loved every minute of being a part of the store with her. I have a husband and a dog whom we spoil. When we are not downtown being a part of the city we are out on the boat enjoying the water and the wildlife...

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Catherine Hayslip

Catherine Hayslip

Born and raised in St. Petersburg, I have been around artists and makers my entire life: both of my grandmother's were artists (talented in many mediums), my father is a fine woodworking craftsman, and my mom is a huge promoter of self-reliance, homesteading, and DIY...

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Katie Black

I started working at Whim So Doodle in 2013 and have loved every second of it. I was always interested in sewing but was inspired to take lessons when I walked into Fiberologie for the first time and saw all of the gorgeous fabrics! From there I started working at Whim So Doodle and expanded into scrapbooking and painting...

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Kim Mathura

 In September of 2015, I started teaching mini book classes at Whim So Doodle. However, I have been designing cards, banners, and projects for Whim So Doodle for many years...

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Kathy Logan

I started working at Whim So Doodle in September of 2012. In 2002 we moved here from Seattle, and I scrapbooked for the first time by making scrapbook of our children growing up for my parents...

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Sue Lelli

I started as a Prima Ambassador in August 2015 and became a Prima Educator for Whim So Doodle in March, 2017. My parents were always crafting so I learned to love making things at a really young age.  Both of my parents have passed away and some of my fondest memories are of the times we spent making things. We didn’t have a lot of money to buy gifts for friends or teachers so I always had to come up with a new craft idea every year...

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Mary Correa

I started teaching at Whim So Doodle in February of 2017. I am a stay-at-home wife and mom to one son.  Other than art, I love the decorate my home, cook and garden.  I am also an avid reader...

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Linda Davis

I started working at Whim So Doodle approximately 6 months ago teaching card classes. I have been married for 23 years with three children, 21,19 and 17. Our whole family is very creative...

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Ronnessa Hart

I grew up in a two parent home with two siblings who are 10+ years older than me. I am grateful for everything that my parents have done for me because they have made many sacrifices. I enjoy anything involving music, especially listening to it...

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Lynnette Debolt

My creativity started at a young age with my first finger painting. I come from a large family of crafters, so I was exposed to a lot of different types of art...

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Douglas Danger Rothwell

I started working at Whim So Doodle in 2015. I am the store greeter mainly, but I wear a lot of different hats at the store...

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