Stephanie Cobanovich is a current graduate of Grand Canyon University earning her Bachelor of Science degree with an emphasis in Professional Development and Advanced Patient Care. Previously the Social Services Director and Admissions Coordinator for the Lingenfelter Center, she continues to grow within the company and currently holds the position of Administrator. Stephanie strives to cultivate a family-oriented working environment that fosters professional growth from within the company which in turn cultivates continuity of care, resulting in quality, dignified care for the residents. She is married with two children and enjoys spending time with her family, trail riding and traveling.
Atalie Brumfield is the Director of Nursing at The Lingenfelter Center for Alzheimer’s Care. In 2013, she graduated from Northern Arizona University with a bachelor’s degree in nursing. Born and raised in the Kingman area, she then returned to Kingman where she started her nursing career. She spent several years holding various leadership positions in acute care nursing and is currently pursuing her MSN/MBA. Atalie joined The Lingenfelter Center team in November 2019. Nursing is one of Atalie’s greatest passions and she prides herself in making a positive impact in the lives of her residents. In her spare time Atalie enjoys spending quality time with her husband and young family.
Debbie Williams is the Assistant Director of Nursing at The Lingenfelter Center. She has been a resident in Kingman, AZ for 11 years. Debbie was a combat medic for 8 years in the US Army Reserves and upon discharge became an RN and has worked in critical care most of her career.
In 2019 Debbie had the opportunity to work for Mohave Community College as a clinical instructor for the nursing program. During this time she started supervising student clinical rotations at the Lingenfelter Center and thoroughly enjoyed it. She discovered that she loved this area of nursing and looks forward to working with the nursing staff and developing training opportunities from which they can grow intellectually and have great working experiences.
In her spare time Debbie enjoys reading, crocheting ,outdoor activities along with playing with her 2 Boston Terrier pups.
Bekah was born and raised in Kingman, AZ and is the youngest of three. Bekah’s parents instilled a hard work ethic along with compassion and desire for helping others at a young age. At an early age, Bekah found her love for golf. She competed from a very young age, all over Arizona and Nevada. Bekah played for Kingman High School Bulldogs golf team for four years. After her high school golf career ended, Bekah began pursuing her other love: helping others. Bekah’s homegrown roots have given her the foundation to advocate and care for her community. She started at The Gardens Rehab and Care Center in Medical Records and swiftly made an impact to become Admission Coordinator. Bekah has been with our families since 2016 and is looking forward to making you a part of our family as well.
Lola Abrego is the Resident Care Coordinator at The Lingenfelter Center. She is the supervisor of the Certified Nursing Assistants and has a true passion for delivering the best possible care to all of our residents. Lola took the Certified Nursing Assistants class at The Lingenfelter Center in 2009 and has held a variety of nursing assistants roles here over the last decade. Outside of work Lola enjoys camping and spending time outdoors with her family.
Cassandra Richardson is the Resident Care Coordinator Assistant at The Lingenfelter Center. She helps the Resident Care Coordinator in the day to day management of the Certified Nursing Assistants and is dedicated to giving great care to all of her residents. Cassandra has worked at The Lingenfelter Center since 2013 as a Certified Nursing Assistant and a Certified Medication Assistant before starting her current role of RCC Assistant. She is married to a great nurse and has 2 dogs and a cat. In her free time she enjoys sports of all kinds, video games and traveling with her husband.
Kirsten Perez is the Activities Director at The Lingenfelter Center for Alzheimer’s Care. She leads the activities staff and organizes a full monthly activities schedule. Kirsten has worked at The Lingenfelter Center since 2014. In her free time Kirsten enjoys going to the lake and spending time with her family (especially her 4 kids!).
Misty Dietz was born and raised in California and relocated to Kingman in 2008. She has been with TLC since graduating from nursing school in 2015. Misty started her career as a charge nurse and has grown within the company, currently holding the position of LPN House Supervisor. Nursing is her passion and she thinks of her residents as her TLC family. Misty is married to her best friend, has three beautiful children and one grandson. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family, boating, camping or just being outdoors.
Charles “Chuck” White has lived in Kingman, AZ since 1989. He has worked for in the maintenance department at The Lingenfelter Center since October of 2012. Chuck brings extensive experience in heating, air conditioning, refrigeration, plumbing and electrical. Chuck takes great pride in keeping his resident’s home in proper and safe working condition.
Peggy is the Dietary Manager at The Lingenfelter Center for Alzheimer’s Care. She brings over 30 years of experience in food services to her role here at The Lingenfelter Center. She became the Dietary Manager in 2018. In her time outside of work, Peggy enjoys spending time with her son, taking road trips, playing board games and cards.
Ashley Hood is the MDS Coordinator at The Lingenfelter Center for Alzheimer’s Care. She successfully took the Nursing Assistants class at The Lingenfelter Center and worked as a CNA for 8.5 years. After working her way through nursing school, Ashley became a Registered Nurse in July of 2018. She got into this field because of an innate need to help people and a love of the elderly population. In her spare time Ashley likes to read, camp, and be out on the ranch with the animals. She has two daughters and a husband who also share a love of the outdoors.
Brandee Daub is the Medical Records Coordinator at The Lingenfelter Center. She was born and raised in California before moving to Arizona in 2003 to begin a career in real estate. She eventually realized that her heart was in helping people and began her medical career as a Patient Care Technician in the emergency room before moving over to the Gardens Rehab & then finally The Lingenfelter Center. Brandee spends most of her free time watching her children play sports and her pride and joy is her family.
Robert Slay is the Environmental Supervisor at The Lingenfelter Center. Robert is in charge of laundry, floors and housekeeping. He has lived in Arizona for 30 years and has always enjoyed helping people. Outside of work, Robert enjoys flying, fishing, camping and off-roading.