Heber Valley Hospital’s Community Board members serve without pay, volunteering their time and expertise to help advance our mission and shape our hospital's future.
George Bennett and his wife, Shauna, are 22 year residents of Heber, Utah. They raised three children, Ian, Anna, and Felicia in Wasatch County. Dedication and commitment to Heber City and Wasatch County have been demonstrated by his membership on volunteer Heber City Boards and District Boy Scout Boards. George is a licensed architect and has maintained a small professional architectural practice for 34 years.
Born and raised in Heber City, Utah - daughter of Phil and Kathryn Wright
Phil Wright served on the Hospital Board and was the Wasatch County Health Director
Graduated from Wasatch High School
Married to Joseph Bond, Mother of 4 children, Jamie Bond Curtis, Marie Bond Kohler, Nicholas Bond, Trevor Bond and Grandmother of 6
Worked as a Registered Nurse for 12 years
Sheldon was born and raised in the small community of Altamont, Utah. He attended Utah State University and received his Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education. While at Utah State, he met his future wife, Denese Brown, and during his senior year was married. He started his teaching profession in the Granite School District, where he taught for eight years. Sheldon and Denese have lived in Heber City since 1976 and raised four children all of whom attended school and graduated in Wasatch School District. Two of their children now teach in Wasatch County School District. Sheldon taught school at the Central Elementary School and then at the Wasatch Middle School. While teaching at the middle school, he chose to go back to college to receive his Master’s Degree in Public School Administration. He has been the Principal of two elementary schools, one intermediate school and one middle school. In 2010, Sheldon received the Huntsman Award for Excellence in Education as an administrator. He has also been nominated for the United States Outstanding Elementary Teacher of the Year. During the years that followed them moving to Heber, Sheldon has served in various religious assignments.
Paige Coward was born in Vicksburg, Mississippi and attended pharmacy school at Northeast Louisiana University in Monroe, Louisiana. She finished a Doctor of Pharmacy at the University of Mississippi Medical Center. Paige worked on the Surgery and Renal Transplant floor before moving to Hematology/Oncology. In 2004 she moved to Winston Salem, North Carolina and worked part-time for CVS Pharmacy until she and her husband moved to Heber City in 2010 where he currently works as President of Triumph Group in Park City and Detroit. Paige and her husband have two children.
Provo School District Administration and Educator for 30 years
Served in the General Relief Society Presidency, LDS Church (2002-2007)
Midway Resident since 2000
Humanitarian work in Beirut, Lebanon (May 2016- November 2017)
Married to Dean Hughes, 3 children; 9 grandchildren
Scott and Kristi Phillips have lived in the Heber Valley for the past 10 years. From the beginning of their time here they have been involved in some way in the community. Scott has built a successful financial advisory practice that now includes 3 partners and 2 client associates and serves over 700 clients. Scott and Kristi have 3 children, Tyler (9), Klareese (7), and Annabelle (5), all of whom were adopted during their time in Heber. Kristi is a Board Certified Music Therapist and also has a thriving practice. She works with Hospice and meets with clients from Heber to Morgan. She also teaches piano lessons locally.
Clair Provost was born and raised in Wasatch County. He and his wife, Chalise, have six children and eight grandchildren and reside in Midway. Clair worked in the auto parts business for 33 years, buying the business in 2009. Clair has also worked in Wasatch County serving the residents as an EMT since 1983. In 2000, Clair was made the Director of EMS part-time, and recently took the position full-time. Clair has served as a past Swiss Days Chairman and has served on the committee for many years. Clair was recently given the award as “EMT of the Year” for the State of Utah. Clair loves spending time with his wife, children and grandchildren, and serving others.
Hi McNaughtan has had a 40-year military career, first as an Army brat and second as an Army wife. She graduated from High School in Orleans, France. She and her husband have raised six boys and one girl while moving all over the U.S. from Virginia to Alaska. They have 33 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren including quadruplets! After her husband, Bill, passed away in 2002, Hi has stayed busy by serving two missions for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, spending time with her family, teaching numerous parenting classes, speaking at dozens of firesides and traveling with her widow friends from our Widows of Wasatch group. “Life is good,” says Hi.
Paul Weller is married to Lisa Bennett Weller and has 5 Children - three girls and two boys. He graduated from South Summit high school in 1979 and served an LDS mission for two years in Rochester, New York. After his mission, Paul attended Utah State University graduating in Business Finance with a minor in management and an emphasis in real estate. After graduating, he returned to work at the family business, Weller Recreation, started in 1962. The family business originally started as farming sales and service business but has transitioned into the recreational business. Weller Recreation transitioned to the second generation in 1996 and Paul is currently the General Manager and co-owner. Weller Recreation requires most of the attention but there are three other businesses, namely Adventure Power Sports a rental company, Weller Excavation, and Weller Farms. “There’s never a shortage of things to be done” says Paul. “I’ve served all my life in various church responsibilities and has been a great source of enjoyment. My family is and has been my great source of enjoyment. They are the reason I do everything else and what makes me the proudest in all of my daily activities.”
Karla Willis has been a committed community leader in the Heber Valley since she first moved here with her family 11 years ago. She has excelled at raising awareness and funds for everything from the Soldier Hollow Charter School to the Wasatch Dance Center. Her passion and joy for serving the people and institutions that make the Valley special is impressive and contagious. Karla holds a BA in Business from the University of New Hampshire, has three children, and once held two skydiving records in Michigan.
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