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Posted on: October 29, 2020

Sidney Fire Promotes Three

The Sidney Department of Fire & Emergency Services is proud to announce the promotion of Assistant Chief Dallas Davis to Deputy Chief, Lieutenant Keith Wiley to Assistant Chief, and Firefighter Greg Francis to Lieutenant effective November 11, 2020.

Davis is a 2000 graduate of Long Beach High School in Mississippi and started with Sidney as a Firefighter/ Paramedic in 2004. Dallas came to Sidney after being previously employed as a Fire Apprentice with Dayton Fire Department and as a Firefighter/Paramedic with Miami Township Fire Department. Davis has an Associate’s Degree in Fire Administration from Sinclair Community College and was awarded the Sidney Firefighter of the Year in 2014. Davis was promoted to Lieutenant in 2015 and Assistant Chief in 2019. Davis currently resides in Sidney with his wife, Bridget, and their three children.

Wiley is a 1992 graduate of Sidney High School and started with Sidney as a Firefighter/EMT in 2001. Keith came to Sidney after being a Medical Specialist in the US Army and being employed at Wilson Memorial Hospital as an Emergency Room Technician. Wiley received his Associates Degree in Applied Science/EMS Fire Science from Sinclair in 2017, and his Bachelor’s Degree in Health Science in 2020. Wiley was promoted to Lieutenant in 2019. Keith currently resides in Sidney with his wife, Kara, and their two children. 

Francis is a 1992 graduate of Lehman High School and started with Sidney as a Firefighter/ EMT in 1999. Greg came to Fire Department after being employed within the City of Sidney in various departments including the Street Department, Parks Department, and the Dispatch Center. Francis currently resides in Minster with his wife, Jenny, and their five children.


Head shot of Dallas DavisHead shot of Keith Wiley
Head shot of Greg Francis

Dalls Davis, Deputy Chief
Keith Wiley, Assistant Chief
Greg Francis, Lieutenant


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