|Caroline Hoffart||Town of Lumsden||Director|
|Byron Tumbach||Town of Lumsden||Board Chair|
|Lesley Crossman||Town of Regina Beach||Director|
|Linda Sullivan||Village of Bethune||Director|
|Marral Meadows||Village of Craven||Director|
|Jim Selinger||Village of Dilke||Director|
|Village of Disley||Director (VACANT)|
|Krista Mansbridge||Village of Silton||Vice Board Chair|
|R.M. of Dufferin #190||Director (VACANT)|
|Gail Russell||R.M. of Lumsden #189||Director|
|John Langford||R.M. of Lumsden #189||Director|
|Wynette Neighbours||R.M. of Pense #160||Director|
|R.M. of Sarnia #221||Director (VACANT)|
|Village of Holdfast||Director (VACANT)|
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Town Councilor, Resident of Lumsden since January 2012
Manager, Accounting and Public Reporting, Corporate Services, Ministries of Justice and Attorney General, and Corrections, Policing and Public Safety.
Byron is one of two representatives for the Town of Lumsden. He serves as St. Peter’s Lumsden, Parish Treasurer.
Married to the most important woman, Laurel, valued by son Carson and daughter Morgan.
Interests are family, community and adding value to life. When not working or attending meetings he can be found reading, listening to music and pulling weeds in the yard and garden.
In July, 2017, Caroline Hoffart moved to Lumsden from Regina to enjoy the country pace. She is a proud mother of five adult children and now enjoys being a grandmother of 8 grandkiddos ranging in age from 12 years to 2 months old. They keep her happy and young at heart.
She is a Town of Lumsden municipal representative and began her term June 2020. Caroline chairs the Strategic Planning Committee and is also a member of the Quality and Service Delivery Committee.
Caroline is the Program Head of the Saskatchewan Polytechnic Psychiatric Nursing and Mental Health and Addictions Counseling programs. Since her psychiatric nursing career began in 1975, she has worked and supervised students in long term care for many years. She has a passion for improving the quality of life for senior citizens, especially those living in long term care.
Krista Mansbridge joined the Board in May 2021 as the representative for the Village of Silton. She is a member of the Audit and Finance Committee.
Krista has lived in Silton for 25 years and works for the Regina Police Service as a Communications Supervisor in dispatch and 9-1-1. She is just starting her 27th year at RPS. Krista has worked on several councils over the years and completed a term as director for the Regina Police Association. Krista has one daughter, Allie, who is now her angel.
Krista is excited about her position on the board as she believes in the Lumsden Heritage Home and the great care they provide to the residents.
Gail is one of two representatives of the RM of Lumsden appointed to the Board of the Heritage Home. She is the current chair the Audit and Finance Committee of the board.
Gail was raised on the Russell family farm near Craven and owned the Craven Bakery in the 1980s. She has served in a variety of capacities in the provincial government until 2012. Gail owns land and resides in the RM of Lumsden.
Gail believes in evidence based decision making with the goal of family centered high quality care that is delivered in a fiscally responsible manner by a caring and professional staff. She believes that the Heritage Home, residents, and staff are an important part of the Lumsden and area communities.
Lesley Crossman is the LDHH Board representative from the stakeholder community of Regina Beach. Lesley joined the board in December of 2017.
Lesley and her partner Glen have been long time residents of Regina Beach. Retired since 2018 they enjoy leisure time with their family especially their grandsons.
Lesley enjoys summertime at the beach and loves to cook and bake in her spare time.
Linda Sullivan is the Board representative for the Village of Bethune. Linda lives in Bethune with her husband Allan and a beautiful orange cat named Red. They have four children and three grandchildren. She is a retired Nurse and currently works part time as a Licensed Lay Worship Leader. Linda has done services at LDHH in the past. She is a member of Bethune and District Lions Club.
Wynette is the Board representative for the RM of Pense.
Wynette has lived in the Pense area for the past 19 years and has over 20 years of customer service experience. She currently works at Canada Life within Individual Insurance New Business and has been there for 13 years. Wynette enjoys spending any opportunity she can with her 3 children, playing games, walking or just simply relaxing.
Wynette is excited to be part of Heritage Home board and looks forward to learning and growing as a team.