Management Team | Legacy Village of Sugar House

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Dave Egbert

Executive Director

Dave is originally from Sandy, Utah. He graduated from the University of Utah with a B.A. degree in Behavioral Science and Health and a M.S. degree in Geriatric Care Management. He believes in making a personal connection with the residents we care for. Dave believes his role at Legacy is to build trust, encouragement and unity.

Summer Crouch

Sales & Marketing Director

Summer, a seasoned Legacy veteran, tells those she meets that Legacy holds a special place in her heart. She began working as a CNA with Legacy Retirement Communities in 1999. Summer has been instrumental in opening several of our communities. She enjoys spending time outdoors, fitness, gardening and reading.

Scotty Gill

Assisted Living Manager

Born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, raised in Illinois, and educated in Utah and Arizona, Scotty has found his fit in Utah and at Legacy Village of Sugar House.  Scotty has studied and has advanced degrees in Public Health (MPH), Business Administration (MBA), and Educational Psychology (M.Ed.).  Passionate about senior services, social justice, and disability rights, Scotty embraces the personal touch philosophy here at Legacy Village of Sugar House.  And welcomes any opportunity to talk about college football and hockey.

Erin Zaugg

Administrative Assistant

Erin attended the University of Utah where she earned her B.A. in English with minors in Political Science and Spanish. She worked primarily as a receptionist prior to her role as Administrative Assistant. Erin values building close and lasting relationships with the residents she serves and can often be found deep in conversation with any resident who crosses her path.

Logan Anderson RN

Resident Care Coordinator

Logan was born and raised in West Jordan, UT. She attended USU-Eastern where she obtained her nursing degree and later obtained her bachelor’s in nursing from Weber State. Logan loves working at Legacy because it feels just like home. She is honored to be a part of each of our residents and their families lives.

Kyle Packard

Resident Services Director

Kyle has an extensive background in sales, customer service, and logistics. Prior to his current role as Resident Services Director, he worked as part of the maintenance team here at Legacy Village. His hobbies consist of sports and outdoor activities such as fishing and hiking. Kyle loves the residents of Legacy Village and looks forward to helping and serving them each day.

Darin Bybee

Dining Services Director

Darin has worked in senior living as a chef since 2017 and has over 30 year’s experience working in management and as a chef in the restaurant and hospitality industry. He was also the proud owner and chef of his own restaurant in California and Salt Lake City. Cooking the highest quality food with the freshest local meats and produce is important to him.

Kristy Walters

Recreation Director

Kristy was born in upstate New York, but has lived in many different places throughout her life. She has a passion for building personal relationships with her residents. Kristy’s outgoing personality never fails to put a smile on her team member’s and resident’s faces. Kristy loves spending time with her husband, children and dogs.

Maria Martinez

Housekeeping Supervisor

Maria was born in Mexico City, but grew up in Ogden, Utah. She has over fifteen years of experience in cleaning, housekeeping, and healthcare. Previous positions include Housekeeping Supervisor at Primary Children’s Hospital and managing her own cleaning business. Maria values the connections she forms with our residents through good housekeeping. In her spare time, Maria enjoys spending time with family in the outdoors.

Brent Peacock

Maintenance Director

Brent is proud to call himself a home-grown Utahn. Prior to joining the Legacy Village team, he worked for 31 years in the engineering department for Marriott. 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.