David Moeai, Executive Director
"Treat every resident as if they are Mom or Dad,” is Dave’s simple philosophy. Dave was born and raised in California and moved to Utah to attend the University of Utah, where he studied business administration. After graduation, Dave worked in the healthcare staffing and pharmaceutical industries before enrolling in graduate school at Brigham Young University, where he was first introduced to senior care. He immediately felt a deep connection. Dave feels strongly that, “if the mindset of serving one’s very own Mom or Dad is adopted, and becomes the benchmark for care expectations, residents will feel more than satisfied with their Legacy Village experience.” Dave enjoys spending time with his wife, children and extended family. He enjoys barbecuing, competitive “anything,” golfing, traveling and undertaking home-improvement projects (regardless of how successful they turn out).
Summer Crouch, Marketing Director
Summer, a seasoned Legacy veteran, tells those she meets that Legacy holds a special place in her heart. Summer began working as a CNA with Legacy Retirement Communities in 1999 and later served as the Assistant Administrator. In her role as a Marketing Director, Summer has been instrumental in opening several of our Legacy communities, but is especially excited about Legacy Village of Sugar House. Summer feels that the opportunity for personal growth and fulfillment through service to our residents and families makes each day meaningful. Summer aims to lead by example and to teach by doing. In her spare time, Summer enjoys spending time with her family--dog included--outdoors, fitness, gardening and reading.
Jeremy Ormsby, AL Manager
Jeremy grew up in upstate New York but has called Cache Valley, Utah home since 2008. Jeremy graduated from Utah State University with a bachelors degree in Biology. He began working at Legacy House of Logan in 2013 as a Certified Nursing Assistant. Since that time, Jeremy has served in many different roles including: Med Tech, Assistant Resident Care Coordinator and Assistant Administrator. These experiences and roles all lead him to his current position as Assisted Living Manager at Legacy Village of Sugar House. Never one to stop learning, Jeremy is currently working on his Masters Degree in health administration at Weber State University. Jeremy always strives to give the highest quality care to residents.
Angela York, RN--Resident Care Coordinator
Angela is a Utah native who has lived in the Salt Lake/Sugar House area for eight wonderful years. She graduated, as a track and field student-athlete--running the 100-meter hurdles, from the University of Utah with a degree in health promotion and education. Angela has a passion for geriatric nursing and obtained her nursing degree from the University of Utah College of Nursing. She is also a Certified Assisted Living Nurse through the American Assisted Living Nurses Association. Angela enjoys the long-lasting relationships she is able to form with residents and their families. Angela enjoys spending time in Utah's beautiful landscapes with her husband; mountain biking, skiing, back-packing, rock climbing and hiking.
Diane Carter, Administrative Assistant
Diane is a Utah native and happy to be back home with family after spending over 35 years out-of-state. Diane is excited about her role with Legacy Village of Sugar House and enjoys both the residents and her team. Diane supports the belief that when associates treat one another with respect and dignity, everyone benefits. In her spare time, Diane enjoys knitting, exercise and walking. She also likes to watch football, basketball and hockey. Family and friends are #1 to Diane.
Todd Bacon, Dining Services Director
Todd has spent most of his life in the kitchen. Originally from Sacramento, California, he earned an associates degree in culinary arts and also obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in nutrition and food science. Prior to joining the Legacy Village of Sugar House team, Todd worked at sister-community, Legacy Village of Provo. Todd enjoys working for Legacy. He feels it is the people he meets that make work fun. Legacy is top-notch in his book. The Golden Rule guides Todd in his daily interactions with others. He makes it a point to listen and support his team so they feel empowered to make decisions on their own. Outside of the kitchen, he enjoys disk golf, obstacle course races and playing with his kids.
Erin Schmucker, Recreation Director
Legacy is home to Erin. While attending Utah State University and earning her degree in exercise science, Erin worked at Legacy House of Logan. Following graduation, she worked at Legacy Village of Layton. Erin is proud of the quality care we strive to give our residents each day. She loves the residents. Erin's mantra is to give each day your best shot. When you think creatively and outside the box, great things happen. Always up for fun, Erin's role as the Recreation Director is the perfect job for her. She enjoys outdoor activities and sporting events. Erin is happy to play any sport or join any team if asked.
Brent Peacock, Maintenance Director
Brent is proud to call himself a home-grown Utahn. He graduated from Granite High School and attended the University of Utah. Prior to joining the team at Legacy Village of Sugar House, he worked for 31 years in the Engineering Department for Marriott, overseeing the maintenance and upkeep of 515 rooms, large hotel kitchen, central plant, fire and life safety systems, pool and jacuzzi. Working at Legacy Village of Sugar House has been a breath of fresh air for Brent. He respects and admires all that our seniors have experienced and accomplished during their lives. Brent also enjoys serving his fellow associates and is a firm believer of balance in one's life. Brent is a sports fanatic! His favorite sport is whatever is happening at the time. Golf and fishing are favorites; camping and travel are also at the top of Brent's list.