Joshua graduated from TEEXS Fire Academy in 2011 and started his career as a Firefighter/EMT for the city of Castle Hills in 2012. In an effort to increase his knowledge and skills, Joshua attended UT Health Science Center San Antonio in 2017 and received his Paramedic license. With that license, Joshua chose to advance his career by taking a Firefighter/Paramedic position with the city of San Marcos in 2018. After 3 years of working for the busiest fire station in San Marcos, an opening became available with Castle Hills Fire Department and Josh made the decision to take the position. In doing so, he will be able to retire with same group of guys he started his career with as well as invest more time & energy into the management and growth of Trophy Buck Taxidermy.
When he’s not on shift, you can find Joshua working throughout the building at Trophy Buck but primarily in the taxidermy putting his artistic abilities to use. Joshua pays close attention to details and will do whatever it takes to make sure our customers are completely satisfied with their experience at Trophy Buck.
Jessica graduated from UTSA with a Bachelor’s Degree in Education in 2016 and immediately took a job with Comal ISD as an Elementary School Teacher. During her 5 years as a teacher, Jessica established countless relationships with students, parents, teachers, and other staff members at the two schools she taught at. She was awarded Rookie Teacher of the Year in 2016 and her outgoing, fun-loving personality makes her a complete joy to be around. Jessica’s time as a teacher came to an end in 2021 as she took a role with Trophy Buck managing the office with Cayce.
While Jessica is new to the dynamics of meat processing and taxidermy, her willingness to learn combined with her experience in establishing organization systems and working with people will ensure our customers are taken care of when they come to see us.