Daly Hospital Foundation Board of Directors and Staff
The Daly Hospital Foundation Is Governed by a Volunteer Board of Directors
Collectively board members have a broad range of skills and experience
in order to effectively meet the Foundation’s fiduciary responsibilities.
The Daly Hospital Foundation has one full time Development Director who
reports to the board as well as an outside accountant who maintains all
financial records and auditing standards.
Owen Robbins • President
President - First Interstate Bank in Hamilton. BS degree from University
of Montana School of Business Management. Married to Jeanie McPherson
Robbins for more than 25 years. Three children - all born at Marcus Daly
“My goals for service on the board are all about giving back to a
wonderful organization that has been a tremendous blessing in my life
and that of my family."
Shannon Urso • Vice President
Active as a teacher and leader in service organizations in the community.
Married to Samuel Urso, DO - Emergency Medicine. Proud mother of three
daughters and a son.
“Sam and I love this beautiful area, our community and the hospital.
Anything I can do to help out is my motivation to serve and give.”
Tom Grymes • Treasurer
Mortician, Co-owner of Daly-Leach Chapel & Crematory. Degree in Funeral
Service Education from Mount Hood Community College. Married to Carron
Leach Grymes and and father to two adult daughters.
“My goal is to be able to contribute to the betterment of Marcus
Daly Memorial Hospital and our community through fundraising efforts,
which will lead to increased capabilities of our hospital.”
Michele Adams • Secretary
MDMH Laboratory Department Head – more than 40 years. BS in Medical
Technology from Weber State University. Married to Ed Adams and proud
mother, grandmother, and adoptive mother.
“I am expanding outside my Lab Rat comfort zone to be part of a team
of dedicated individuals who partner with our community and MDMH. My desire
is to raise awareness and funds needed to continue to provide the highest
quality health care our community deserves.”
Bill Bean • Director
CEO Habitat of Humanity of Ravalli County. Bill and his wife Lucy moved
to Hamilton in 1995 and had their own business for 18 years. Bill served
three terms on the MDMH Board of Directors and was Chairman for one year.
Bill is currently the President of the Sapphire Lutheran Home Board of
Directors and actively involved in many other organizations including
the Chamber of Commerce and Trout Unlimited. They have two children and
three grandchildren. He graduated from the University of Utah with a degree
in psychology and sociology.
“Lucy and I love Hamilton and this is home to us. We grew up in a
small town and Hamilton is very much like it. We feel that Marcus Daly
Memorial Hospital is the most important business in Ravalli County and
we support it 100%.”
Darlene Corkrum • Director
Chief Marketing Officer, Virginia Mason Medical Center. MPH - Public Health
Administration, University of Washington School of Public Health. Married
to Lee Corkrum (attorney/retired) for 39 years. Son, Jason Corkrum –
AEG Global Partnerships, Los Angeles based.
“We are new to this beautiful community and it’s an honor to
be asked to support MDMH through this Board position at the Daly Hospital
Michael Faulk • Director
Business owner and founder of United States Services Group. Environmental
and Maritime Related Companies. Retired. Graduate of St. Bernard Parish
Trade School, Marine Technology. I enjoy working to better our community
and advancing our hospital to meet our county’s growing needs. Father
"I have been in the Bitterroot Valley for well over a decade and have
witnessed the wonderful advancements and improvements of our hospital.
I’m excited to see what the future brings!"
Mary Woods • Director
BS in Mathematics from Utah State University and JD from BYU. Married
to Dr. Timothy Woods – orthopedic surgeon. Mother to 5 and grandmother to 7.
“I practiced family law for five years followed by a lifetime of
providing free legal advice. Teaching is my joy and I have volunteered
throughout the years, serving on two other boards charged with protecting
battered women and improving rural health care. I look forward to this
new adventure and contributing to this organization.”
Robin Yeargan, FNP • Director
Nurse Practitioner at MDMH Convenient Care and Respiratory Clinic - 20
years experience in healthcare. She is a graduate of Troy University in
Alabama and Chamberlain College of Nursing and our southern belle of hospitality
on the board. Married to Randy Yeargan, RN, and proud mother of 2 children,
2 step-children and 10 grandchildren.
"I’ve always worked in the rural health industry and have a
great love for small town hospitals. Providers can make a big difference
by spending more time with patients for quality care. I love how the rural
community comes together to better their hospital and provide vital financial
support for the needs of the organization."
John Bishop, CEO • Ex-Officio Board Member
CEO, Marcus Daly Memorial Hospital. Master of Professional Accountancy
from the Montana State University (Go Cats!). Married to Halsey and father
to Brecken, Addison, and Hudson. John is an avid outdoorsman who was raised
in Montana and is proud to call the Bitterroot Valley home.
"Behind every great hospital is a great foundation. I’m passionate
about providing our patients with an exceptional experience and foundations
help make that possible."
Landon Duce • Junior Board Member
Hamilton High School. Senior, All-State running back, Eagle Scout, 4.0.
Plans to study medicine and become a surgeon. Parents: Jay and Stacie Duce.
Addison Gordon • Junior Board Member
DHamilton High School. Junior, Varsity soccer team, earned CRNA, High
Honor Roll, plans to become a registered nurse. Parents: Matt Gordon,
Erica and Scott Musburger.
Stacie Duce • Director of Philanthropy
Communications/Public Relations degree from Brigham Young University.
Married to Jay Duce and mother/adoptive mother to eight children, who
have all enjoyed an idyllic childhood on the banks of Sleeping Child Creek.
"As a vested member of this close-knit community, I want nothing more
than for my family and neighbors to live happy and healthy in this beautiful
place. My work on many non-profit boards and projects, on the sidelines
of sporting events, and my time as a journalist and columnist for our
local newspaper has established so many connections - I’m honored
to serve in this capacity."