Highland Village’s Assistant Fire Chief Brad Goudie has been selected by City Manager Michael Leavitt to replace former Fire Chief John Glover. His appointment will be confirmed by the Highland Village City Council at its July 26 meeting.
Goudie joined the Highland Village Fire Department in February 2015, coming from League City, Texas, where he served as Director of Emergency Services/Fire Chief.
Previous positions include that of Deputy Fire Chief in Roanoke, as well as supporting assignments in Pantego and Euless.
Goudie holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Emergency Planning and Administration from the University of North Texas. He is certified as a Paramedic, Master Arson Investigator, Master Fire Investigator, Master Firefighter, Master Inspector, Department Head Suppression and Fire Service Instructor.
“I am confident Chief Goudie will continue to maintain the quality and professionalism for which the City of Highland Village Fire Department is known,” said Leavitt. “His expertise in fire and emergency services is well grounded and he is a progressive leader who possesses the skills and abilities we value.”