Because Dr. Dan C. Trigg Memorial Hospital is owned by the communities we serve, we are governed and guided by community leaders who serve on our Community Board of Trustees. Our not-for-profit structure and community-based governance ensure healthcare resources are adapted to best meet the community's healthcare needs.
These fellow New Mexicans willingly donate their time, energy and expertise to improving the health of patients, members and the communities we serve.
Craig Cosner, Chair
Craig Cosner is a native of the Tucumcari/Quay County area. He graduated from New Mexico State University with a Bachelor of Science degree. Upon graduation, Mr. Cosner began a 35-year banking career, retiring as a Community Bank President for Wells Fargo Bank.
Mr. Cosner has always been active by serving his community nationally, as well as statewide, on issues affecting business, agriculture, and youth. He has received two gubernatorial appointments: one to the New Mexico Finance Authority Board and the other as Regent to Eastern New Mexico University, where he served as Chairman for two years.
Mr. Cosner joined the Dr. Dan C. Trigg Memorial Hospital Community Board of Trustees in 2007 and was elected Chair in 2010.
Yvonne Braziel is a native New Mexican and has served on and been involved with many boards and community projects over the years. Ms. Braziel joined the Dr. Dan C. Trigg Memorial Hospital Community Board of Trustees in 2014.
Ms. Braziel is a graduate of Eastern New Mexico University, where she earned her Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, with an emphasis in Human Resource Management. For the last 21 years, Ms. Braziel has owned and operated three restaurants in Tucumcari, all located on Historic Route 66.
Lou Briscoe, a native of Quay County, currently serves as the Chair of the Dr. Dan C. Trigg Memorial Hospital Auxiliary. Mrs. Briscoe has worked for thirty-five years in federal and state government, and recently retired as manager of a soil and water conservation district. She graduated from Tucumcari High School and earned a degree in accounting from the University of Arizona. Mrs. Briscoe is active in civic organizations, and with her husband, owns a ranch established in the Quay Valley in 1897.
Brad Bryant has been employed by Modern Woodmen of America since 1993 and is the past mayor of San Jon, New Mexico. He has served on the Dr. Dan C. Trigg Memorial Hospital Community Board of Trustees since 2000.
Lynda Cain was born and raised on a ranch northeast of Clayton, New Mexico. In 2004, Ms. Cain moved to the Logan community and served as branch manager of the First National Bank of New Mexico in Logan until her retirement in 2010. She joined the Dr. Dan C. Trigg Memorial Hospital Community Board of Trustees in 2014.
Ms. Cain graduated from New Mexico State University as the Outstanding Senior from the College of Agriculture and Home Economics with a Bachelor's of Science degree in Agricultural Business and Economics. Ms. Cain and her family were previously employed by the late W.F. and Wanda Martin's ranching enterprises and have family ranches in Des Moines, New Mexico. She has returned to her chosen passion of working on the ranch with her husband and spending time with their nine grandchildren.
Will Cantrell earned a degree in Agricultural Economics, with a specialty in Finance from New Mexico State University. He currently serves as the Vice President at Farm Credit of New Mexico in Tucumcari.
Mr. Cantrell has served on the Dr. Dan C. Trigg Memorial Hospital Community Board of Trustees since 2005.
Lance Labine joined Presbyterian in 2010 as the administrator of Dr. Dan C. Trigg Memorial Hospital.
Mr. Labine has more than 23 years of administrative leadership experience in the healthcare industry, particularly in critical access hospitals. Throughout his career, he has been an Administrator, Co-Administrator, Assistant Administrator, Assistant Controller, Internal Auditor and Auditor. Mr. Labine has experience managing and leading facilities in North Carolina, South Carolina, Kentucky and Virginia.
He received his Bachelor's degree in Accounting from the University of Idaho and his Master's degree in Health Services Administration from George Washington University in Washington D.C.
Tom Sidwell grew up in Lincoln County, New Mexico. He graduated from Carrizozo High School and went on to serve in the U.S. Army. Mr. Sidwell is a graduate of New Mexico State University.
After spending ten years working for the Bureau of Land Management in Western New Mexico, Mr. Sidwell began managing ranches for absentee owners in New Mexico and Texas. He and his wife now own a ranch south of Tucumcari.
Beth Sisneros is the Educational Services Center Facilitator at Mesalands Community College and serves as a member of the Mesalands Community College Foundation Board.
She has been the Phi Theta Kappa Advisor and has served on the Maternal Child and Community Health Council as a Member At Large, the Eastern Plains Community Action Agency Headstart Program as a Policy Council Member and a member of Mesalands Community College Hispanic Education Council. She holds an Associates of Arts degree from Mesalands Community College.
Darrell Willis, MD
Dr. Darrell Willis has served as the Chief Medical Officer for the Dr. Dan C. Trigg Memorial Hospital and Director of the Presbyterian Medical Group clinic since 2011. Dr. Willis graduated from the University Of South Alabama College Of Medicine in 1993, where he also completed a Family Medicine Residency and Served as Chief Resident from 1998 to 1999. Dr. Willis earned a Master's degree in Healthcare Management in 2015 from the University of Texas at Dallas. He served in clinics and hospitals in northwest Florida and Wyoming before coming to New Mexico. Prior to joining the medical field, Dr. Willis worked in the missile defense industry for fourteen years after earning a systems engineering degree from the University of West Florida in 1979.