Board of Directors

Broadwater Health Center Board of Directors


Brad Campbell graduated from Michigan State University with a BA in Economics in 1964.  From 1960 to 1989 Brad’s primary occupation involved the rebuilding and remanufacturing of heavy metal stamping and forging equipment serving the automotive and metal forming industry nationwide, with facilities in Michigan, Kentucky and California.  Brad was involved with residential subdivision development and marketing from 1965 to 2003.  Constructing and selling almost 300 premium home sites in central Michigan.  From 1996 until present day Brad has been a Montana wheat and alfalfa farmer outside of Townsend.



JOHN NORDWICK, Vice Chairman

John Nordwick was born and raised in Montana and received a B.S. from MSU Billings and a Masters in Healthcare Administration from the University of Minnesota. John served as a health care executive for 37 years in Montana and Minnesota, including over 16 years as President and CEO of Bozeman Deaconess Hospital and related organizations, retiring in January of 2012.  Mr Nordwick served as a member in several organizations including YMCA, Kiwanis, Rotary and United Way.  He also served on the boards of YMCA in Red Wing Minnesota and the United Way in Bozeman.  John also served on the board and as Chairman of MHA and VHA Mountain States. John is a Retired Fellow of the American College of Health Care Executives. 




Bill is a Civil Engineering graduate from Michigan Technological University.  He has 37 years of experience in the commercial construction industry, with his primary focus on negotiating commercial energy related projects.  Some of his responsibilities in Townsend include his role as the Chairman of the Deacons at Trailhead Christian Fellowship Church and a member of Rotary.  In his free time you may find him playing hockey or working in his vineyard.  After serving an appointed term, he is currently serving an elected term as a BHS board member. 




Ron Salladay joined the Broadwater Health Center Board of Directors in the fall of 2014.  He was born in Waltham Mass, and grew up in South Bend Indiana.  Ron moved to Minnesota and attended the School of Forestry at the University of Minnesota where he began teaching Dendrology Labs (study and identification of trees) and assisted in Photo Interpretation Labs developing a love for teaching. 
Ron went into teaching and taught science classes in the Grand Rapids School District where he was awarded Biology Teacher of the Year by the American Biology Teachers Association.  He taught from 1969 until his retirement in 2001.
Ron and his wife Mary Ann moved to Townsend after his retirement and Ron began his own business, C-R Cabinets.  They have two children and three grandchildren that live in Minnesota. 


Marcia Bieber has long time family ties to Broadwater County, although she was born in Butte, her mother, grandmother and great-grandfather were all born in Townsend.  Marcia moved to Townsend with her family after completing high school in Butte.  She has been involved with numerous businesses and community activities in the Townsend area.  Since 1988 she has been selling real estate.   Marcia’s two children were born in the old Townsend hospital and received their education through the Broadwater School System.  Marcia is a community advocate and is happy to be an active member of the Broadwater Health Center Board of Directors. 


Jorja Munns

Jorja (Hensley) Munns has been appointed to fill the remainder of Bill Hubber's term. Jorja is a Townsend native with strong local ties to the ranching community. She brings to the board experience from being on the county planning board and leadership skills from her church. Jorja is a graduate of BCHS, Ricks College and earned a MS degree in Argicultural Economics from BYU.






Michelle Barstad

Michelle Barstad was born and raised in Williston, ND. She received her undergraduate degree from North Dakota State University in Fargo. She moved to Miles City in 1986 and to Helena in 1988 where she started working for the Montana Board of Investments. While there she made loans to local governments with funds from the issuance of tax-exempt bonds. In 1990 she started contracting with the Montana Facility Finance Authority, making loans to hospitals through the issuance of tax-exempt bonds. She became the Associate Director in 1997 and the Executive Director in 2002 and during that time she received an MBA from the University of Montana. Throughout her career with the MFFA, she has probably reviewed the financials of most hospitals located within the State of Montana. She retired from the MFFA December 30, 2016.