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Woodcraft of Roanoke
Towne Square Shopping Center Next to Sams
1445 Towne Square Boulevard
Roanoke, VA 24012
Call Us: 540-366-7144
Fax Us: 540-366-7122
  • Sunday: 9 AM - 5 PM
  • Monday: 9 AM - 9 PM
  • Tuesday: 9 AM - 9.00:PM
  • Wednesday: 9 AM - 9 PM
  • Thursday: 9 AM - 9 PM
  • Friday: 9 AM - 9 PM
  • Saturday: 9 AM - 6 PM

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Employees
 
Aaron Dornhecker
 
Aaron is a self tough woodworker. He started his woodworking career in 1983 while watching episodes of “The New Yankee Workshop”. He continued to develop his skills until 2007 when he attended “The Chippendale School of Furniture Building and Design” in Scotland. Aaron spent 9 months learning how furniture was built in Europe starting in the early 1700’s. Aaron has a diverse knowledge of furniture construction and restoration. We utilize his knowledge of finishing and veneering techniques on a regular basis.
 
 
 
Scott Cunningham
 
I started woodworking in shop class in high school. My focus now is working with my lathe. I enjoy turning pens, making small bowels and smoe small toys.
 
 
 
Doug Basham
 
I feel very privileged to join the team as the store manager in Oct of 2008. I come from the retail hardware industry. As a small boy I grew up in my dad’s hardware and also developed my desire to work with wood in his shop. I spent 4 years as a communication officer in the USAF before joining my father in the hardware business for close to 25 years. Over the years my passion for woodworking has grown mostly in furniture and cabinets, but I have recently developed a love for turning.
I and the team here at the Woodcraft Store of Roanoke look forward to helping you with your woodworking projects.
 
 
 
Peter Rodes
 
I worked for Merillat and Bruce Cabinets in the cabinet manufacturing business for 25 to 30 years. I have enjoyed working with wood for most of my life. I enjoy carving and furniture making in my shop. I am currently working on a Chess Table. I have recently started working on the lathe. Turning pens and Mushrooms are my favorites right now.
 
 
 
Jack Kosinsky
 
I retired from the education field and settled at the lake. I have been working on Intarsia for many years. Intarsia is the art of matching woods to fit into an overall picture to give it a visual effect and form. With me it started as a hobby, but my friends saw what I was doing and, well you know the rest. I’m planning to teach classes in this form of woodworking so if you’re interested stop by and see me. I’ll be glad to talk with you about it or anything.

If you have any questions come in and see me.
 
 
 
Bill Bandy
 
 
 
 
Charlie Turner
 
 
 
 
Sam Huntley
 
I have been around woodworking most of my life. My Grandfather was a woodworker and growing up around him was what sparked my interest in working with wood. I started playing around with his Scroll Saw and Band Saw. After that I worked for about 7 years in the custom cabinetry industry. I have recently gotten hooked on woodturning. I enjoy working at Woodcraft, so I can share my experiences and learn from the other guys working here and from the customers that shop with us.
 
 
 
Barry Parr