Leadership Team

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.

Patrick Williamson, AL Manager


Patrick was born and raised in Pleasant Grove, Utah. He has worked in the health care industry in many different roles but most recently as the Assistant Administrator at our sister-community Legacy Village of Provo. Patrick has also worked as a Certified Nursing Assistant and as a scheduling manager prior to joining Legacy. He enjoys working with residents and their families. If he can make someone’s day better or happier, then he has a better day. Patrick enjoys working closely with his team, as well as the residents he serves at Legacy Village of Sugar House. If he isn't working, you can find Patrick playing basketball or softball. He loves spending time with his family and feels it is especially important to to teach his boys how to help others.

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.

Kirsten Daines, Resident Services Director


Kirsten was raised in Appleton, Wisconsin but moved to Utah to attend the University of Utah where she received her bachelor's degree in human development. Kirsten started working at Legacy House of South Jordan during college. She quickly gained a deep love and appreciation for the elderly she worked with and knew that was what she wanted to do. Kirsten has also worked at our sister-community Legacy Village of Taylorsville as the Recreation Director. Kirsten strives to make a positive and lasting impact on those around her and is excited to serve our independent living residents at Legacy Village of Sugar House.

Ryan Sory, Administrative Assistant


Ryan was born and raised in Northern Utah. He graduated from Ogden High, enlisting in the United States Marine Corps shortly thereafter. He served 5 years on active duty, receiving an honorable discharge in 2013. Following military service, he went to college and received his B.S. in Criminal Law. Ryan started at Legacy in April of 2017 as the night security guard, and was later promoted to Administrative Assistant. In this position, Ryan gets to do what he loves most...serving and helping the residents. Ryan can always be counted on for a good conversation. Ryan is a father to a very active and fun-loving boy. When he isn’t at work they are often out in the wilderness enjoying the Utah wildlife and scenery together.

Oscar Ojeda, Dining Services Director


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Kristy Walters, Recreation Director


Kristy was born in upstate New York, but has lived in many different places throughout her life. She settled in Salt Lake City in 2010. Kristy began working as a CNA in 2003 and was later promoted to Assistant Administrator. She changed her focus to Activities a few years later. Kristy has a passion for building personal relationships with her residents. Kristy’s outgoing personality never fails to put a smile on her resident’s faces. She enjoys the many opportunities she has to forge new connections and new friendships. Kristy loves spending time with her husband, children and dogs. She enjoys their camping trips and Saturday movie nights. Kristy also enjoys a good book and spending girl time with her mother.

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.