Bill Glen Roberts

Retired Fire Chief

Bill Roberts Professional Milestones

A Timeline of Professional Milestones

1938

Mr. Roberts is born in Deport, Texas to Samuel Westbrook and Ann Lee Roberts.

1958

Mr. Roberts joins the Dallas Fire Department.

1964

Mr. Roberts is promoted to lieutenant in the Dallas Fire Department.

1967

Mr. Roberts is promoted to captain in the Dallas Fire Department.

1968

Mr. Roberts studies at Southern Methodist University.

1968

Mr. Roberts serves as a field engineer for IBM Corporation in Dallas, Texas.

1971

Mr. Roberts becomes division fire chief of the Dallas Fire Department.

1974

Mr. Roberts studies at North Texas State University.

1974

Mr. Roberts graduates from a paramedic course at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School.

1976

Mr. Roberts co-authors “Anesthesia for Surgery Trauma.”

1978

Mr. Roberts graduates from the Executive Program for Fire Service at Texas Agricultural and Mechanical University.

1978

Mr. Roberts authors “EMS Dallas.”

1979

Mr. Roberts becomes assistant fire chief of the Dallas Fire Department.

1979

Mr. Roberts receives the John Stemmons Service Award from the Dallas Fire Department.

1980

Mr. Roberts receives an Associate of Applied Science from El Centro Junior College in Dallas, Texas.

1980

Mr. Roberts co-authors “EMS Measures to Improve Care.”

1981

Mr. Roberts joins the adjunct faculty of the National Fire Academy.

1982

Mr. Roberts serves on the technical board of directors of the Foundation of Fire Safety.

1983

Mr. Roberts becomes fire chief of the Austin Fire Department.

1989

Mr. Roberts graduates from the Executive Fire Officer Program at the National Fire Academy.

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