Evan was born and raised in Payson, Utah. After high school he went on to work in the construction field as a laborer and pipe layer. After several years in construction he returned to school where he obtained his LPN at Sevier Valley Applied Tech and Registered Nurse from Utah Valley University. As an RN in many areas of healthcare, his favorite was ICU and ER. During this time, he earned his BS degree in Healthcare Administration from Weber State University. He then had then became the Trauma Coordinator and manager of an ICU and Orthopedic unit. From 2008 to 2016 he worked at Sevier Valley Hospital as the Quality and Patient Relations Manager. In 2015 he earned his MBA with a healthcare endorsement from Western Governors University. Evan and his wife, Raelyn, have lived in Salina, Utah for the past 22 years. He has 4 children and 7 grandchildren. He has coached numerous youth and high school sports. He enjoys time with his family more than anything else. He also enjoys hunting, camping, fishing, and 4-wheeler riding. He loves central Utah and the great outdoors and enjoys working with and being part of the rural communities.
Megan is originally from Weber County, she has lived in Loa 20 years. Together with her husband she is self-employed operating KMN Construction Inc. She enjoys being with her family and the outdoors. She has four kids that are very busy. She spends all of her free time following them to their various sports activities and adventures.
Janette has served on the Wayne Community Health Care Center Board for many years. Janette graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in accounting from Southern Utah University. She has been employed as a finance/HR manager for youth and young adult therapeutic programs for 18 years. Janette is married and has four married children and 8 grandchildren.
Donita grew up in Torrey, Utah. After high school, she went to Stevens-Henager Business College in Ogden, Utah and worked for the Ogden Board of Realtors then had a chance to move back to Torrey with her husband, Jeff Pace. Donita then worked for Capitol Reef National Park as a Human Resources and Housing Manager and retired from the National Park Service after 30 years. Jeff and Donita live in Torrey and have four grown children. Donita and her family are proud to have used the resources of the Wayne Community Health Center throughout the years for their grandparents, parents, children, and grandchildren.
After graduating from USU with a degree in Marketing and Economics, Mike embarked on a 40 year management career. That career included insurance, computers and networking, then settled into all facets of municipal water and drainage systems. Mike has managed two civil engineering firms, three associations and was a partner in two construction companies. He continues to help small businesses grow, and consults with many startup companies. He has been on several company and nonprofit boards of directors. Among the many community services he has performed, Mike spent twenty seven years in Boy Scout leadership and was presented the Silver Beaver award. Mike and his wife Diena own an alpaca ranch in Bicknell, Utah. They have twenty-two grand children.
Trish grew up in Torrey. She and her husband lived in Utah County for 18 years and happily moved back to Teasdale in 2015. They have 4 children. Trish enjoys spending time with her family and friends, hiking and being outdoors. She received her RN degree from UVU in 1999. Trish worked at Timpanogos Regional Hospital in Labor and Delivery and the Mother Baby Department for 7 years. She then began working at Valley OBGYN in Provo. She currently works from home for Valley OBGYN. She is happy to be apart of the Wayne Community Health Center Board
Christy is a resident of Caineville and raised 10 children. She grew up in Springville. She has served on the board since its inception.
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Scott and Chris Bigler have funneled their passion for Southern Utah by morphing the status of their 37-year Boulder vacation home into a full-time residence upon their retirement in 2012. Scott comes from a business background in basic construction materials: concrete, gravel products and site development. Scott has had the opportunity of serving on several diverse boards, i.e, Associated General Contractors, Duchesne County Chamber of Commerce, Small Business Development Centers, an international captive insurance company, serendipitously called Boulder Insurance, the National Ready Mixed Concrete Association, et al., and is currently a board member of Boulder Community Alliance. Scott looks to use his business background to further the quality service goals of the Wayne Community Health Centers. He believes having quality health care available in deeply rural Garfield County has far reaching effects on the overall vibrancy of our communities. Scott & Chris are the parents of 3 children and 12 grandchildren, all living on the Wasatch Front, therefore, they find themselves on the road quite often.
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Quin was raised in Escalante but spent some high school years in Nevada. He also went to South America for a couple of years. Quin has ranched for 37 years and has 6 children and 19 grandchildren. He retired from South Central Communications and enjoys retirement and tending grand kids.