Chief Atkinson has been with Devine Fire Rescue for just over two years but brings twenty years of emergency service experience to Devine. Chief Atkinson hails from Indiana and after leaving the US Army as a communication specialist became a police officer and firefighter. Chief Atkinson came to Devine due to his wife Nakita being stationed in San Antonio. Chief Atkinson brings to Devine Fire Rescue a high drive to exceed industry standards which is evident in the high moral seen in those serving with him in the department.
Lieutenant Scott DeLucia
Lt DeLucia has been with Devine Volunteer Fire & Rescue for almost two years. Lt DeLucia is originally from Florida and retired from the US Army Veterinary Corps after 23 years of service. He has settled down in Medina County and has lived in Devine for three years. Lt DeLucia brings an extensive amount of medical expertise and leadership experience to our department. Lt DeLucia has received certifications for Firefighter I and II, Wildland Firefighter and his Emergency Medical Technician Basic certification. He is currently enrolled in a paramedic program and will be bringing ALS capabilities to our department upon graduation. His goal is simple; continue the outstanding fire and rescue support along with emergency medical services to the communitites our department serves.
Lieutenant William Lay
Lt Lay has been with the department for over a year. Lt Lay is certified in firefighting as well as an EMT-Basic. Lt Lay helps teach at the high school as well as with the adult academy.
Lieutenant Eugene Rodriguez
Lt Rodriguez has volunteered with the department for almost 2 years. Lt Rodriguez is a vital asset in the maintenance of the apparatus. Lt Rodriguez brings a wealth of experience and is a strong mentor for many of the rookies.
Lieutenant Wes Williams
Lt Williams has been volunteering with the department for just over a year. Lt Williams has an extensive background in Fire, EMS, and law enforcement.