Follow Up: Madison Fire Department Chief Steven Davis reflects on 32 years in firefighting

  • Source: WMTV NBC 15 Madison
  • Published: 10/22/2021 12:00 AM

After 32 years of service, including ten in Madison, Fire Chief Steven Davis is retiring. Ten years of Davis’s career were spent as Chief of Madison’s Fire Dept. However, Davis has spent his entire life proudly serving his community through firefighting. “I love the fire service,” Madison Fire Chief Steve Davis. Firefighting has been a life-long love for him. “I’ve been involved in the fire service ever since I was a small child, my dad was a volunteer firefighter in Rio, Wisconsin,” Davis said. Davis has worked with several fire departments since 1987, including Rio, Maple Bluff, Prairie Du Sac, and his last stop in Madison started Jan. 2, 2012. “I think that we’re in pretty good shape overall,” Davis said. NBC15 asked Davis about some of his biggest accomplishments during his time as chief.


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