Skulls Unlimited: World Leader in Real/Replica Skulls & Skeletons

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Meet the Skulls Unlimited Crew

The Skulls Unlimited Crew posing for a shot in the Explorers Corner of the Museum of Osteology!
Welcome to Skulls Unlimited International's employee page.
We at Skulls Unlimited consider our crew to be a small family. This page is here for you to meet our friendly staff and get to know each of us a little better.

 

Jay Villemarette, Owner and President IGNORE - Structural Only

Jay Villemarette

Owner and President
Jay Villemarette, owner and president of Skulls Unlimited International, Inc., founded the company in 1986. From his humble beginnings, cleaning skulls in his kitchen, Jay has built Skulls Unlimited into a successful international corporation. Skulls Unlimited still continues to grow. Jay's long time dream of opening a skeleton museum has become a reality with the opening of the Museum of Osteology.
Jay Villemarette
Owner and President
Kim Villemarette, Co-owner IGNORE - Structural Only

Kim Villemarette

Co-owner
Kim, along side husband Jay, opened Skulls Unlimited in 1986 and served as the company's first official employee. From the very start, during those humble beginnings, Kim always supported Jay's passion for skulls...even when he boiled them on the kitchen stove! Although her job over the past 20 years has primarily revolved around being a mother to their four children, Kim has always played a pivotal role in the development and growth of Skulls Unlimited. Currently her tasks within the company consist of internet marketing and social networking.
Kim Villemarette
Co-owner
Eric Humphries, Production Supervisor IGNORE - Structural Only

Eric Humphries

Production Supervisor
Eric Humphries began his career with Skulls Unlimited in June 1992. Eric serves as production manager and oversees all cleaning and articulation. Eric was the company's original Master Articulator and still occasionally takes time to assemble a skeleton or two.
Eric Humphries
Production Supervisor
Michelle Hayer, Office Manager IGNORE - Structural Only

Michelle Hayer

Office Manager
Michelle Hayer has served as the Office Manager of Skulls Unlimited since August 1992. Michelle maintains all office records and many other duties too numerous to list. Michelle serves as an integral cog in the Skulls Unlimited wheel.
Michelle Hayer
Office Manager
Dave  Williams, Production Foreman IGNORE - Structural Only

Dave Williams

Production Foreman
Dave "Dee" Williams has been with Skulls Unlimited since November 1998. Dee serves as the Custom Cleaning Foreman overseeing all of the chemical processes. He diligently moves thousands of skulls a year through our chemical baths giving each the individual attention it merits.
Dave Williams
Production Foreman
Allyson Cameron, Inventory and Custom Cleaning Manager IGNORE - Structural Only

Allyson Cameron

Inventory and Custom Cleaning Manager
Allyson has served as Skulls Unlimited's Inventory and Custom Cleaning Manager since September 2000. Allyson's job revolves around making sure Skulls Unlimited's customers stay happy. Allyson's cheerful personality always brightens up our office.
Allyson Cameron
Inventory and Custom Cleaning Manager
Clark Griffith, Master Skeletal Articulator IGNORE - Structural Only

Clark Griffith

Master Skeletal Articulator
Clark Griffith has served as a Master Articulator for Skulls Unlimited since August 2001. Clark's attention to detail as well as his mechanical mastery allows him to produce some of the finest skeletal articulations in the world.
Clark Griffith
Master Skeletal Articulator
Dale Dorsey, Master Flenser IGNORE - Structural Only

Dale Dorsey

Master Flenser
Dale Dorsey began working for Skulls Unlimited in November 2001. Dale serves as the Master Flenser and Brain-remover Technician. Dale is the first step in cleaning or preparing any specimen at Skulls Unlimited.
Dale Dorsey
Master Flenser
Jay Jonathan Villemarette Jr., Master Skeletal Articulator IGNORE - Structural Only

Jay Jonathan Villemarette Jr.

Master Skeletal Articulator
Jay Villemarette Jr., the eldest son of Skulls Unlimited's owner, has been working for the company off and on for most of his life. Jay currently serves as a Master Skeletal Articulator. Jay's inherited passion for bones is clear in the quality of his work.
Jay Jonathan Villemarette Jr.
Master Skeletal Articulator
Josh Villemarette, Administrative Coordinator IGNORE - Structural Only

Josh Villemarette

Administrative Coordinator
Josh is the middle son and the second of four children in the Villemarette family. He has been working in some aspect for the company for most of his life. He is required to wear a lot of different hats, but one of his primary responsibilities at Skulls Unlimited is to maintain and manage the website. He also takes on the role of the marketing director for the Museum of Osteology.
Josh Villemarette
Administrative Coordinator
Joey Villemarette, Osteological Finishing Technician IGNORE - Structural Only

Joey Villemarette

Osteological Finishing Technician
Joey, nephew of Skulls Unlimited's owner Jay, began working in November 2006. Joey helps with flensing, braining and finishing duties. Joey's eager attitude is a true asset to the company.
Joey Villemarette
Osteological Finishing Technician
Jaron  Villemarette, Retail Manager IGNORE - Structural Only

Jaron Villemarette

Retail Manager
Jaron is the youngest son of Skulls Unlimited owner, Jay Villemarette. Jaron has worked for the company off and on for many years. Jaron now works part time after school and performs a variety of tasks from flensing to general maintenance.
Jaron Villemarette
Retail Manager
Anthony Watts, Processing IGNORE - Structural Only

Anthony Watts

Processing
Anthony is the newest member to the processing side of Skulls Unlimited. He is 23 years old, and engaged. He has two tattoos, one of a human skull eating a dragon and a clover. He recently separated from the USAF after serving for five years.
Anthony Watts
Processing
Terrisha  Harris, Shipping Technician and Website Photographer IGNORE - Structural Only

Terrisha Harris

Shipping Technician and Website Photographer
Terrisha "Tree" Harris became a member of the Skulls Unlimited crew in 2014. She is a mother of two and a military spouse. Her interest in Skulls Unlimited grew while working for the Museum of Osteology. Tree works in the shipping department of the company as well as keeps the website up to date.
Terrisha Harris
Shipping Technician and Website Photographer
Brenna Glover, Shipping Technician and Webmaster IGNORE - Structural Only

Brenna Glover

Shipping Technician and Webmaster
Brenna is a mother of one lovely daughter and her husband is in the United states Air force. She is originally from Kansas City Missouri but Oklahoma has been her home for the last 14 years. Her attention to detail is a true asset to Skulls Unlimited.
Brenna Glover
Shipping Technician and Webmaster
Polly  Jelley , Museum Educator IGNORE - Structural Only

Polly Jelley

Museum Educator
Polly Jelley servers as the educator at the Museum of Osteology. Her job includes teaching and writing educational materials for visitors of all ages. She has a Master's degree in Anthropology with a focus in Archaeology. It is through her work on early Oklahoma bison kill sites that she became interested in skulls and skeletons. Before coming to the Museum of Osteology, she worked at a zoo, for nearly three years I cleaned animals that passed away and maintained the zoo's collection of skulls, bones, pelts, other faunal material, rocks, and plant material.
Polly Jelley
Museum Educator
Haley Jackson, Gift Shop Attendant IGNORE - Structural Only

Haley Jackson

Gift Shop Attendant
Haley Jackson
Gift Shop Attendant
Lucas McClung, Gift Shop Attendant IGNORE - Structural Only

Lucas McClung

Gift Shop Attendant
Hello, I am Lucas McClung, proud employee at Skulls Unlimited. I am also the Assistant Chief of Security at the Oklahoma City Museum of art, and volunteer at the Gaylord-Pickens Museum and the Western Heritage Museum. I am also in school for museum studies/history. Museums, education and history has always been an interest of mine and I am perusing that as much as possible.
Lucas McClung
Gift Shop Attendant
Dermestid Beetles, Production IGNORE - Structural Only

Dermestid Beetles

Production
There are many ways to clean a skull, but the use of dermestid beetles is by far the best. Not only do these little guys help preserve all the finest details of a specimen, they also insure that every last tidbit of tissue is removed. Dermestid beetles, or Dermestes maculatus, are a natural decomposer. Their job is to help the process of rotting and decomposition, providing rich nutrients back to the soil as well as keeping our world free of carcasses. Here at Skulls Unlimited, the dermestid is one of our hardest working employees. They live and breathe their job, often working for 4 to 5 months non-stop for little more than room and board.
Dermestid Beetles
Production