Chamber Directors

All members of the Executive Committee also serve as Directors.

Lupe Diaz

Grace Christian Center Inc.
Phone: (520) 586-2358
Lupe as served as Minister, Pastor, and President of Grace Christian Center Inc. since August of 1988. In this position he is responsible for spiritual development, defining life skills and elements to successful living through traditional religious services and creative community programs; encouragement to explore faith and Biblical principles for experiencing life as designed by God. Continued research of trends and communication skills for means of relating to the curious and to the connected to the kingdom of God. Unleashing the innate gifts of God in the individual through identifying and the use of the same.
Grace Christian Center is the home of Grace Chapel, a non-denominational church, and Grace Christian Academy with grades K-3 through 12. The school environment is conducive to learning with families working together for the advancement of the children. Small classroom setting with tutoring built into their system. Diagnostics tests are administered for placement. Because of this approach, students regularly progress beyond their grade level while gaining confidence in learning difficult subjects. The staff consists of certified, experienced teachers. Since 2001, Lupe has also worked part time as a Humanities Instructor for Cochise College teaching the following classes: Introduction to Ethics and Philosophy, Religions of the World, and Eastern Philosophies / Islam.
Lupe spent his life growing up in old Bisbee as the oldest of four children. He married his high school sweet heart, Twinkie. He and Twinkie have three children, Dominic, Samantha and Jason (who awaits them in heaven). They are also blessed with seven grandchildren, Paul Tyler, Benjamin, Matthew, Isabel, Feliza, Mia and Zacheriah.
Ordained by Shiloh Christian Center in Sierra Vista, AZ, Lupe was called to Benson to pastor Grace Chapel in August 1988. Both he and his wife have raised their family and ministered in the Benson area since that time.
Lupe attended the School of Bible Theology from 1988-1992 earning a BA+ in Theology. He graduated from Bisbee High School in 1977.

Greg Hall

Apache Nitrogen Products
Phone: (520) 720-2217
Greg grew up in a tourist town in California. After graduation he found there were no paying jobs in the area so he moved to the Silicon Valley. He repaired cars for a number of years before he started working at a wafer fab equipment manufacturer. Greg first worked in final test being the last person to touch the equipment before it shipped to worldwide customers. He was then promoted to R&D where he built the first article of the Precision 9000, a revolutionary piece of equipment in wafer processing. That machine now resides in the Smithsonian.

For the last 20 years, Greg have been working for Apache Nitrogen Products. Operations, then QC, then Environmental, and now in process improvement.

When younger he raced motorcycles, both road race and enduros. Now Greg pleasure rides on his Goldwing or jis street legal dirt bike. Greg rode my dirt bike along the continental divide trail from Mexico to Canada. 2500 miles of trails and dirt roads in 11 days. He also play guitar in a band about once per month.

Greg's wife Kiri is a graduate of Benson High School. They are raising their niece who is a junior at Saint David High School. Go Tigers…er, uh, I mean Bobcats…
Al Sacco, Mayor Designate
City of Benson

Phone: (520) 586-2245