Cy-Fair’s Amy Ramon honored as top fire chief


Houston, Texas — In a historic moment for the firefighting community, Amy Ramon of Cy-Fair was named Fire Chief of the Year by the Texas Fire Chiefs Association, the first woman to receive this honor.

Her journey, marked by dedication and perseverance, began when she started as a volunteer firefighter in 1990. She was twenty years old.

“I wanted to join the Cy-Fair Fire Department because I wanted a family feeling,” Ramon said. “I enjoyed helping the community and giving back.”

Ramon quickly became known for her passion for helping others. Over the years, her skills and leadership qualities became apparent. In 2014, Ramon was named Cy-Fair fire chief, becoming one of the few women to hold such a position in the country.

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