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Lives in:
4249 CR 2727
Dallas Fire-Rescue
Battalion Chief
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Top issues in your department:
Restructuring EMS
Special Operations
Professional Qualifications:
Texas Commission on Fire Protection Master Firefighter
Texas Commission on Fire Protection Intermediate Instructor
Texas Commission on Fire Protection HazMat Tech.
Texas Commission on Fire Protection Officer 1
Task Force Leader TXTF2
Incident Safety Officer
Topics you provide training for:
Tricks of the Trade
First Alarm Considerations
Truck Ops
Engine Ops
Lessons Learned
Stuart Grant, a 30-year veteran of the fire service, is a battalion chief with Dallas (TX) Fire Rescue. He is certified as a master firefighter and fire instructor with the Texas Commission on Fire Protection. Stuart has served in many capacities within the Department including academy commander, HazMat officer, paramedic, and rope rescue member. Currently, he is assigned as Battalion 3 in the old east Dallas and downtown parts of the city. He also serves as a Task Force Leader for Texas Task Force 2. He has been a H.O.T. instructor and speaker at FDIC, FDIC West, instructs at Collin County Community College in McKinney, Texas, and at the Texas A&M University Municipal Fire School. He has two associates’ degrees and a bachelor’s degree in fire administration.

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At 3:51pm on January 27, 2009, John Lee said…
You haven't retired yet?
At 10:24pm on January 8, 2009, Scott Thompson said…
Welcome Brother!

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