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.
Michelle Bivins-Voigt is the Director of Nursing at The Lingenfelter Center for Alzheimer’s Care. Originally from California, she has lived in Kingman nearly 40 years. She graduated from Northern Arizona University in 1997 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Pre-med. Then decided nursing was the direction she wanted to pursue and graduated from Mohave Community College in 2003 with an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Nursing and obtained her RN license. Since then, she has worked in Intensive Care, dialysis, and Home Health. She was very impressed with The Lingenfelter Center’s reputation in the Top 100 Nursing Homes as well as their 5 star CMS rating and decided this is where she wanted to be and joined in the dedication, with all of the staff, providing excellent care for the residents, like they are family. When not working Michelle enjoys crafting, watching movies, taking road trips, or just hanging out by the water.
Ann Borthwick is the Social Services Director for the Lingenfelter Center for Alzheimer’s Care. Ann was born and raised in Jamestown, ND and moved to Arizona in 1992. She worked in management in various settings before settling into health care. She began her journey at The Lingenfelter Center as a helping hand while attending the CNA class. As a CNA she enjoyed working with the residents however became interested in growing within the company, eventually transitioning into the Social Service office as the Social Services Director. In her spare time she loves spending time with her family, animals and just being in nature.
Grace Daigle is the Assistant Director of Nursing. Grace was born in Burbank, CA and raised in Glendale, AZ. After receiving her CNA Certification, she began college courses in Texas, worked as an LPN while completing her RN studies, graduating with her RN Degree in 2002. She has worked in Med-Surg, ICU, Surgery and Long-Term Care Facilities. Returning to her Arizona roots in 2017 she moved to beautiful Kingman and continued to work as an Operating Room Nurse as well as performed nursing care at both the County Jail and The Arizona State Prison. Grace decided to join The Lingenfelter Center team, impressed by the care, love, respect and ADLS the staff provided for the residents. Her goals are to aid in the continued care of the “TLC” residents and to assist in maintaining the reputation of the facility for many years to come. Grace enjoys swimming, walking, traveling and spending quality time with her family and friends in her spare time.
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.
Geoff Longwell is the Night Shift Supervisor at The Lingenfelter Center for Alzheimer’s Care. Geoff started his journey into nursing in 2008 and became a LPN in 2015. He has worked in many different settings before joining The Lingenfelter Center full-time in 2020. He is married and has 4 kids and 2 German Shepherds. In his free time Geoff likes to go shooting, work on his cars and his home and go camping with his family.
Amanda Foskett is the activities director at The Lingenfelter Center for Alzheimer’s Care. She was born and raised in Michigan before moving to Kingman Arizona in 2021. She found her passion is engaging our residents with activities. Outside of work she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, taking vacations, spending time outdoors and reading.
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 three daughters and a husband who also share a love of the outdoors.
Brandee Daub is the Admissions Coordinator as well as 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.