300 W. Davis
Conroe, Texas 77301
Deputy Chief - "A" Shift Operations
Joe Miller is the Shift Commander overseeing the entire suppression and response activities on the "A" shift. Chief Miller was hired in October of '84 as a firefighter and was promoted in November of ‘88 to the rank of a Lieutenant. He then promoted to the rank of Deputy Chief in February 2005. A-Shift is responsible for the acquisition, placement, and maintenance of equipment carried on all apparatus. Chief Miller strives to ensure that our firefighters have state-of-the-art equipment that will enable them to perform their jobs in a safe and efficient manner so that we have the best chance of helping the citizens and visitors of Conroe. Each apparatus carries over 100 individual pieces of equipment at a cost of approximately 100,000 dollars. We also maintain the equipment so that it remains in constant state of readiness.
Deputy Chief - "B" Shift Operations
Greg Nesom is the Shift Command overseeing the entire suppression and response activities on the B-Shift. Greg began his career with the Conroe Fire Department in March, 1996. In July, 2006, Greg was promoted to Lieutenant where he served as a company officer on A-Shift/Engine 1. He was promoted to Deputy Chief in November of 2011 and was assigned to the Training Division. Greg was assigned to B-Shift Operations in February, 2017. B-Shift is responsible for facility maintenance, protective clothing and uniforms.
Greg holds and AAS degree in Fire Science Administration, an AAS degree in Fire Protection and Safety, TCFP Master Firefighter certification, and is an EMT-Paramedic.
Deputy Chief - "C" Shift Operations
Michael Gosselin is the Shift Commander overseeing the entire suppression and response activities on the "C" Shift. His former duties included that of company officer on Engine 2 for eight years, President of IAFF Local 2731, Deputy Chief - Training, and for a brief period served as the Assistant Fire Chief. He was hired in October ’85 and has moved up through the ranks to his present position.
Michael holds a Bachelor's degree in Emergency Management Administration from West Texas A&M University as well as an Associate's degree in Fire Protection Technology from San Jacinto College in Houston. Currently his responsibilities include the supervision and support of eight fire companies in daily operations and response to emergencies. His primary role is Incident command at significant incidents and preparation and readiness for emergencies. Additional responsibilities of C-shift include overseeing and scheduling apparatus and radio equipment maintenance and the purchase of the required equipment and supplies. The budget accounts for these functions are also managed at the shift level.