Foundation Board of Directors
JOHN T. CHAPMAN, PRESIDENT, AND CEO - SAN ANTONIO REGIONAL HOSPITAL
John Chapman joined San Antonio Regional Hospital as our Chief Operating Officer in October 2018. John has demonstrated a strong passion for promoting teamwork, collaboration, and leveraging innovation to achieve operational excellence.
John is a clinical microbiologist by training and has served as an experienced hospital executive for over a decade. Prior to arriving at San Antonio, he served as Chief Operations/Administrative Officer at Highland Hospital in Oakland, California. John
was not only in charge of operations at this 169-bed general acute care hospital but also led the clinical and support services for the Alameda Health System. Some of his accomplishments included Alameda’s accreditation as a Level 1 Trauma Center,
a Baby Friendly designation and the construction of a 9-story patient tower.
Prior to joining the Alameda Health System, John served as Executive Director of Clinical Services, Director of Laboratory Services, and held other positions at the University of California San Francisco Medical Center. In these roles, among other
things, he served as the director of the medical center’s service lines including its Orthopedic Institute and Heart and Vascular Institute. He also led a variety of strategic planning processes and system-wide operational initiatives.
John earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in Microbiology and Immunology from the University of California – Berkeley and a Master of Business Administration in Healthcare Management from the University of Phoenix. He is also Lean Six Sigma certified.
LILIANA ANDRIANI, DIRECTOR
Liliana Andriani opened Angel Jewelers in the city of Rancho Cucamonga in 1989 and has been serving this community ever since. Her commitment and dedication have allowed her to stay in business for decades, but she says her business serves as the platform for her to do what brings the deepest reward and fulfillment which is giving back to the community. Mrs. Andriani has an associate business degree from Chaffey College and a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of La Verne. She invests time and effort in supporting organizations that promote economic growth in the community, and in particular, small businesses. She is an active business advocate in the City of Rancho Cucamonga and currently serves as Immediate Past President Chairwoman of the Rancho Cucamonga Chamber of Commerce and is a supportive member of the National Latina Business Women Association – Inland Empire chapter. She is also actively involved with the Hope Through Housing Foundation and is on the Steering Committee for the “Women of Hope,” Children’s Fund, the San Bernardino County Museum Association, San Antonio Hospital Foundation’s Ladies Legacy and Growing Pains.
CELIA CHU, DIRECTOR
Celia Chu is a Realtor with Coldwell Banker Town and Country in Claremont and one of only a few holding the “Global Luxury” title. She is consistently the top producer in the office and has 35 years of real estate/lending and banking experience.
Celia and her husband Perry Chu, a physician, are members of the Frances Mary Paul Circle and have been local residents since he started practice 31 years ago at San Antonio Regional Hospital. They have three children who were all born at SARH, went
to school locally, and two of which completed their undergraduate education locally at the Claremont Colleges. Mrs. Chu served as the Vice President of the Webb Affiliates of the Webb Schools of California and is currently on the Webb Schools Parent
Alumni Board of Directors. She graduated from Loyola Marymount University with a Bachelor of Business Administration/Finance and started her career as a Personal Banking Officer for Wells Fargo before becoming a Loan Officer for Home Savings of America,
then went on to become a Realtor in 1994. Needless to say, she knows the business from the ground up. Celia is a native Californian who grew up in Los Angeles and currently lives with her husband in Claremont.
DR. DAVID DANG, DIRECTOR
Dr. Dang grew up in the San Gabriel Valley and earned a B.S. in Biology and Biochemistry at the California State University, Los Angeles; medical training at the University of California, San Diego; completed an internal medicine internship at the University
of California, Irvine; and a 4-year residency in Radiology at Ohio State University where he subsequently completed a fellowship in MRI and bone and joint imaging. He joined San Antonio's medical staff in 2009 and has served on numerous committees,
including Chair of the Department of Radiology.
CLAIRE GROBLER, DIRECTOR
Claire was born in New Jersey and spent much of her early professional life on the East Coast, specifically New York, where she was involved in the world of investment banking and internet entrepreneurship. After moving here in 2008, Claire took over
as administrator of her father-in-law’s busy medical practice, Nicolaas Grobler, Sr. who was a family practice physician in the local area. She was personally touched by the excellent care she received during the birth of their youngest
daughter, Megan. In her line of work, Claire has the opportunity to work with many hospitals and feels San Antonio is a wonderful institution and a great asset to the community. Claire and her husband live in Rancho Cucamonga with their four young
children, who she calls their "greatest gift in life." When they aren't working, they enjoy traveling and introducing the children to new places and adventures.
WAH-CHUNG HSU, CFO - SAN ANTONIO REGIONAL HOSPITAL
Mr. Hsu joined the Foundation Board as the hospital’s new CFO in October 2012. Mr. Hsu has extensive experience in hospital finance, having been a CFO at both stand-alone hospitals and healthcare systems. Previously, he was the CFO at the 357-bed
Seton Medical Center in northern California. Mr. Hsu is married with three children.
JAMES R. MILHISER, CHAIR
James is a banker with over 30 years of commercial real estate/construction lending and management experience. He is currently Portfolio Manager, Commercial Real Estate Finance, at Mechanics Bank. Previously he was the Vice President in the Real Estate
Industries Group at Rabobank, N.A., in Ontario. From 1996 to 2008, he spent his career at PFF Bank & Trust in Rancho Cucamonga, becoming Senior Vice President and Major Commercial Loan Manager. In 2008, he joined U.S. Bank in Rancho Cucamonga
as Vice President, Special Loan Workout Manager, and joined Mutual of Omaha Bank in Pasadena in 2012. Mr. Milhiser was born at San Antonio Community Hospital and has been involved in the community his entire life. He is currently serving a 4-year
term as Treasurer for the City of Ontario. James has sat on a number of boards, including the Salvation Army Advisory Board, Ontario Corp, the Building Industry Association, and the Ontario Montclair YMCA, among others. From 2004-2012, James was also
a very active member of our own San Antonio Regional Hospital Board of Trustees, serving as Chairman of the Board from 2009-2012.
SOO MYLAND, DIRECTOR
Soo J. Myland is Of Counsel at MMZ LAW, A Professional Corporation, where she practices in the areas of estate planning and wealth preservation, business succession planning, special needs planning, Medi-Cal asset protection planning, trust administration,
probate, conservatorships, and guardianships. Ms. Myland graduated from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature with a concentration in Shakespeare Studies. She received her Juris Doctorate from
Washington University School of Law in St. Louis, Missouri. Ms. Myland began her law career in Riverside, California at regional firms, Best Best & Krieger LLP and Varner & Brandt LLP. Ms. Myland is involved with a number of community, professional
and philanthropic organizations and currently serves as a Board Member for the Rancho Cucamonga Animal Care Foundation, and as a member of the Executive Advisory Council for Inland Empire United Way, Women United, the Fontana Police K-9 Pals, and
the Pomona Valley Estate Planning Council. She has also served on the Executive Advisory Council for the Community Foundation for Riverside and San Bernardino Counties as well as the San Bernardino County Estate Planning Council.
MARCO ROBLES, DIRECTOR
Marco Robles is a long-time resident and local leader in the Inland Empire. He was formerly the Public Affairs Director with Cardenas Markets in Ontario and was frequently the lead employee and spokesperson for the company as they grew into new markets in Nevada and California. He has also served as a City Council member and Mayor for Pomona and was very active in a number of community organizations and non-profits. He has serve on the Inland Empire Economic Partnership, Inland Empire Hispanic Leadership Council, Ontario-Montclair School District Board, Promise Scholar Board, and the Ontario Chamber of Commerce Board.
CATHY ROCKWELL, SAN ANTONIO SOCIETY CHAIR
Cathy Rockwell is a California native and a longtime resident of Rancho Cucamonga. A member of the San Antonio Society Executive Committee for over 13 years, Mrs. Rockwell now serves on the Foundation’s Board of Directors. Although she works part-time
as an Insurance Producer for Hay Insurance, her life is mostly spent serving our local community. She is an active member of the Assistance League of Pomona Valley, and also serves on the Board as Treasurer of Friends of the Upland Public Library.
Her love for serving others extends to her other work as Charity Golf Tournament Event Planner working for The Mulligan Man.
SUE SCOTT, SECRETARY
Sue is a retired community college athletic administrator, professor, and coach working primarily in the Sacramento area. In 2018, she moved to Upland to be closer to family. Over her professional career, she coached both women’s and men’s
volleyball, swimming, tennis, and golf. Being an avid golfer, she spends much of her time at Red Hill Country Club and is fortunate enough to live on the golf course. In addition to her passion for golf, she loves spending time with her family, traveling,
walking her dog Angel, and visiting with friends.
Sue's great grandmother was Frances Mary Paul, the first benefactor of the existing San Antonio Regional Hospital. Her Great Grandmother’s contributions to San Antonio Hospital have been an inspiration to the entire family. Her mother Margaret Paul
Scott, her aunt Frances Paul Randau, her sister Deborah Scott-Toux and herself, have all entered the Frances Mary Paul Circle. It is an honor for her to carry on that legacy by serving on the Foundation Board.
JIM STILLINGER, VOLUNTEER SERVICES PRESIDENT
Jim Stillinger is President of San Antonio Regional Hospital Volunteer Services. Jim was born in nearby Pomona, California and save a number of absent years during military service he has never considered a permanent relocation elsewhere. Subsequent to
review of his unique background and preference for the outdoors, in March, 2013 the Retired & Senior Volunteer Program, West Valley (RSVP) actively recruited and recommended him to SARH Volunteer Services specifically to drive and assist in development
of the Hospital’s soon to begin parking lot shuttle program. In 2015 Jim was elevated to Chairperson-Shuttle Drivers. In calendar year 2019, program Drivers assisted in excess of 46,500 passengers. Concurrently with his service with SARH, Jim
has also voluntarily hosted and facilitated weekly open Cognitive Behavior Modification Training discussions at the Union Station Homeless Shelter Adult Center, Pasadena (3 years), participated as a volunteer within the Transitional Living and Children’s
Services Centers at Casa Colina, Pomona (6 years) and achieved prominence in his volunteer role with B.R.A.K.E.S. advanced hands-on defensive safe driving school for teen agers (10 years).
MICHELLE STODDARD, FOUNDATION PRESIDENT
Michelle brings over 30 years of strategic leadership experience in healthcare and university philanthropy. Previously, she was the CEO for Emanate Health Foundation. Michelle has a successful track record in building donor relationships, fundraising,
major campaigns, and assuring a diverse Foundation Board that represents the communities served. She earned her bachelor's degree in business administration at Cal Poly Pomona, and her master’s degree in leadership and management at the University
of La Verne. She is an active member of many business organizations and has served as a volunteer on several nonprofit boards.
AMY L. VALDIVIA, VICE CHAIR
Amy was born in Glendale and grew up in East Los Angeles and the San Gabriel Valley. She attended Charter Oak High School and then went on to get her education in Political Science/International Relations at UCLA. She also spent time at the University
of London and University of La Verne.
Amy and her husband Erik have two children. Amy
serves on the Upland Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, is an active member of the Upland Rotary Club, and has been honored as Business Person of the Year by the Chamber. Amy is a partner in a mortgage service business based in downtown
knows San Antonio well, supporting her mother while a patient at San Antonio battling lung cancer. She knows and appreciates the care and services that are provided here at San Antonio and is anxious to be of service to the Foundation.
NEDRA VINCENT, DIRECTOR
Dr. Nedra Vincent has been part of the Emergency Department Staff at San Antonio since 1988. She grew up in Southern California and attended Cal Poly Pomona receiving her Bachelor of Science degree. Then she attended medical school at Loma Linda University.
Dr. Vincent is a member of the faculty at Loma Linda, a member of various committees including Behavioral Health, Family Medicine, Pediatrics, Quality Management, and Emergency. She and her husband, Dr. Terry Lepper, DVM, live in Claremont and are
very active in supporting the Hospital Foundation. They both have been very active in local organizations, especially Rotary.
JANIS KAYE YERKEY, DIRECTOR
Janis Yerkey has been a fixture in the community for 67 years, 31 of which were dedicated to being the Director of San Antonio Community Hospital’s Stroke Unit and Progressive Care prior to her retirement in 2013. Janis has degrees in Nursing Business
Management and Organizational Management. At one point, she was the Director for the ICU, CCU, CSDU 2nd and 3rd DOU, and Cardiac Rehab, all simultaneously. She is a member of the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN) and was a participant
in the development and conversion of the Cardiac-Step-Down unit and Out-Patient Observation Services, and stroke unit and has served on several hospital committees.
Born in Redlands and a long-time resident of Alta Loma, Janis has four children, Michael, Stacy, Eric, and Marc, who have endowed her with 8 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren. Janis enjoys traveling, gardening, musical arts, as well as playing
and teaching her grandchildren.