Linda Seaver, TreasurerI first served on the Board of Directors for the Havasu Community Health Foundation, then became the Executive Director in 2016. I believe in the strategic thinking and the forward vision of the Havasu Community Health Foundation and I love working side by side with all the dedicated volunteers and staff involved in transforming a vision into a mission focused on “A Healthier Havasu".
Virginia Lattion DirectorVirginia Lattion is originally from Las Cruces, New Mexico where she was part of a large family of 7 brothers and sisters.  Her dad served in the military during WWII and most of her family has served in the military or State Police.
She studied at New Mexico State University before enlisting in the US Air Force.  She was stationed in Alconbury, England working War Readiness Support during Desert Storm.
Steve Ticknor DirectorI was born and raised in the Portland, Oregon area and lived there for my whole life prior to moving to Lake Havasu. I was active in Boy Scouts during high school and obtained my Eagle Scout award.
I attended Oregon State University for two years then had the opportunity at 20 years old to run my own newspaper dealership which I did for about 16 years. After that I decided to get into real estate where I began as a solo agent, eventually hired my mother as my full time assistant, and then grew to having my own team.
Hanne Dolan holds a Master of Science in Nursing and is a Registered Nurse.  Hanne worked as a nurse, first in Denmark then at Havasu Regional Medical Center and is currently a Clinical Instructor at Mohave Community College, Department of Nursing.  She is also pursuing a Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing through the University of Arizona.

Hanne and her husband are the owners of Campbell Cove 1 Stop; gas station, convenience store and deli.

Hanne’s education and professional nursing experience has focused on the health and well-being of patients.  Through volunteering with the Havasu Community Health Foundation she will bring that same focus of health and well-being to our community.
Kathy Chalmers graduated from Saddleback Community College as an RN in 1973, then from Cal State Fullerton with a BS in Accounting in 1976.  She became an IRS Enrolled Agent in 1977 and obtained a Washington State Tax Law Certificate in 2012.
Kathy Chalmers moved to Lake Havasu City in 1984 and signed on with the local hospital as an RN at $4.50 an hour.  Two facts struck her: Havasu people, including herself, were not generally well paid and those people needed affordable health care.
John Nygren, Chairmen of the BoardJohn, and his wife, Barbara, have been residents of Lake Havasu City since June 10, 1993.  When they arrived with their two daughters, their first thought was "Where are the trees and lawns and how do we live in 110 plus temperatures?"  They have all come to love the desert.  Both daughters are school teachers - one living in Lake Havasu and the other teaching Clarkdale, Arizona. 
Mike Aldridge, Director
I am proud to say that I was the first Baby born in Lake Havasu City, Arizona in 1970, where I attended grade school, middle school and graduated from Lake Havasu High School in 1988.
I was accepted to New Medico Military Institute after high school and was a member of Phi Theta Kappa, where I was second in command of the regiment and graduated seventh in my class.  In 1994, I earned my second college degree in Justice Studies from Arizona State University.
Chet Anderson DirectorIt is a pleasure to serve the community of Lake Havasu as a Board member of the HCHF . I have been married to my best friend Claudia Rose for 28 years. I  have served as The Executive Pastor Of Calvary Baptist Church since 2004 . Our mission is leading Life change and can readily be fulfilled with the mission of HCHF . I bring experiences from the Insurance Industry and Retail  Ownership in South Georgia.  We have 4 grown children and 2 grandchildren .  
Jolene Jensen, Director
I am a volunteer at the Havasu Community Health Foundation office and a committee member of the Cancer Association of Havasu since 2016.  I was recently voted in as the new 2017 director of the Cancer Association.  In 2013 I was diagnosed with breast cancer and have been a survivor since.  I will bring that personal experience to my work with the Cancer Association.  My goal is to continue the great programs offered by the Cancer Association and maybe create some new ones! 

I retired after 25 years from Aetna Healthcare in Seattle Washington. My husband Mark & I were then able to follow my “snowbird” parents to Lake Havasu City where we fell in love with the community & weather.
Carole Cathcart, DirectorCarole Cathcart moved to Lake Havasu City in the year 2000 and shortly after began her career in real estate.  Her motto there has been “Passionately Pursuing Excellence, One Client at a Time.”  That passion for excellence spills over to other areas of her life, including her volunteer work with the Cancer Association of Havasu and as one of our directors. 
Wes Taylor, DirectorWes moved to Lake Havasu City in 2017 and is proud to call Havasu home.  With an extensive background in management across both the construction and healthcare industries, he brings to the HCHF Board commitment to proactively improve the operations, finances and strategy of the organization.
Wes received his Bachelor of Business Management from Brigham Young University and his Master of Healthcare Administration from University of Minnesota.