Robert Logan

Assistant Chief

Robert Logan turned his childhood aspiration into reality when he embarked on his firefighting journey in 1995. His dedication and commitment saw him rise through the ranks of Lieutenant, Captain, and Fire Marshal as a volunteer at the Ponderosa Fire Department. In August 2010, he brought his expertise to the Spring Fire Department as the Training District Chief. After a stint as Deputy Chief overseeing Personnel and Development, he now serves as the Assistant Fire Chief and holds a board position at the Spring Volunteer Fire Association.

Robert’s credentials include a paramedic certification and a Bachelor’s degree in Fire Science from Columbia Southern University. He is a proud alumnus of the Texas A&M Mays Business School’s Fire Service Chief Executive Officer program, and holds the titles of Fire Officer IV and Master Fire Instructor. He is currently furthering his education with an Executive Masters of Public Service and Administration from Texas A&M.

Away from his public duties, Robert cherishes spending time with his wife, Loralyn, and their two daughters, A true Texan at heart, he enjoys country music, playing his acoustic guitar, and cheering for all the Houston sports teams.

As the Assistant Fire Chief, Robert is committed to empowering his team of firefighters and support staff. He firmly believes in Richard Branson’s philosophy: “Take care of your employees, and they will take care of your clients.”

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