Operations & Training

SFD Operations 

The Operations Division leads the Emergency Services Division


A Shift Battalion Chief David McGuire

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David McGuire has worked for the Stillwater Fire Department for 23 years, holding the rank of Battalion for the past 2 years. He retired from the SPD special operations team after 12 years of service. He graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a Bachelor in Law Enforcement Administration.

He grew up in Ardmore where his mother, Marsha, still resides. He has one son, Ethan, who lives with him here in StillwaterHe is also a member of the Stillwater Fire Hazmat team. David retired from the SPD special operations team after 12 years of service.

B Shift Battalion Chief David Luckey

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Former Captain, David Luckey, began his career with the Stillwater Fire Department in July of 1989. He was promoted from Firefighter to Captain in December of 2014.

Luckey graduated from Stillwater High School and then went on to complete 60 hours of education with OSU's Fire Protection Program. In 1986, Luckey began his firefighting career with the OSU Safety Department. Prior to joining SFD, he was hired on with Tonkawa Fire Department.

David is a nationally registered Paramedic, as well as a state-registered Intermediate Medical Technician.

During his time with SFD, he has completed training in NIMs 200-800, Haz-Mat Ops, Fire Instructor, EMS Instructor, National Fire Academy's Fire and Arson Cause and Determination, Rope Rescue Technician and Trench Collapse Technician. Luckey has also trained with OK Task Force 1 as a Structural Collapse Technician and has taught numerous EMS related courses through Meridian Technology Center. Since joining SFD, he has been a member of and participated in the Rescue Team, Honor Guard and the Stillwater Firefighters Clown Society.

In 2009, David married his wife Megan. Together, they have raised six children: Jacob, Dillon, Isabella, Lauren, Brooklyn and Jaden.

In his free time, David enjoys spending time with family, camping, fishing, and hunting.

C Shift Battalion Chief Kevin Roach

Kevin Roach has worked in the Oklahoma Fire service for the past twenty-four years. First at the Guthrie Fire Department for 10 years, where he had earned the rank as captain. Kevin was then hired at the Stillwater Fire Department on August 1st, 2007. He was promoted to the rank Driver in 2010, Lieutenant in 2013, and Captain in 2016. 

Kevin is a Fire Instructor, Team Leader on the Hazardous Materials Team, where he is also an instructor. In 2015, he was selected by his peers to receive the 2015 Firefighter of the Year Award. He regularly attends national training and does an excellent job of bringing that information back to Stillwater.

Along with his commitment to his job, Kevin has three children Luke, Lane, and Tayler.

Content last reviewed 04.16.2021