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Battalion Chief Casey Davis has been promoted to the rank of assistant chief of the Burleson Fire Department. The testing/selection process was opened to internal candidates only and was managed by a third party consulting firm. The process consisted of a panel interview, executive interview, written portion, a presentation and a scenario. Chief Davis’ appointment is effective February 3, 2020.
Davis is a 20-year veteran of the fire service, serving 16 of those with the Burleson Fire Department. While in Burleson, he has served all ranks of the department, including a firefighter, engineer, lieutenant, captain and most currently battalion chief. Chief Davis was instrumental in improving Burleson Fire’s EMS program from basic life support to advanced life support. He also started the department’s CPR and stop the bleed programs that are taught at schools, churches and businesses in the community.
For his most recent work, he was awarded the Texas Department of State Health Services award for EMS public information/injury prevention. Previous awards Davis has been honored with include Burleson Charles Newby Award (2017), Keene Life Saving Award (2012), Burleson Officer of the Year (2012), Keene Firefighter of the Year (2009) and Burleson Firefighter of the Year (2004).
Davis and his wife, Kara, have four children Hunter (15), Kinely (8), Timothy (5) and Logan (2). He also serves as a deacon at First Baptist Church Burleson.