David 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. Legacy Village of Sugar House is the 4th Legacy community that Dave has worked at with various positions. Legacy to Dave has always felt like home. He believes in making a personal connection with the residents we care for. Dave believes his role at Legacy is to serve those he works with, building encouragement, trust, and unity. When not at work Dave can often be found traveling with his family to far off places like England, Nepal, Bulgaria and Hong Kong learning all the history he can, or bringing out his inner Disney at Disneyland. Maximizing time with his family is his happy place.
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, Assisted Living 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.
Melanie Pulini, Administrative Assistant
Melanie grew up in a little town in Southern Utah called Richfield. There she worked as a CNA, graduated high school, and went on to further her education at Brigham University Hawaii. After spending an abundant amount of time in the sand, Melanie graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a minor in Hospitality and Tourism Management. Her job history mostly consists of Hospitality and Tourism but has worked at several Corporations as an Executive Assistant. Melanie loves learning about people and how their minds function. She also has a great passion for the hospitality industry and has found a good mixture of both of those here at Legacy Village Sugar House! The residents and staff are amazing, and she feels very lucky to be here. Melanie believes that success comes as you keep a smile on your face and work diligently at what you believe in. She hopes to be able to inspire others to do the same. In her spare time, she loves traveling abroad, playing volleyball, learning new things, playing with dogs, and being with family!
Logan Anderson RN, Resident Care Coordinator
Logan was born and raised in the big city of 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 began working at our sister community, Legacy House of South Jordan, back in the early 2000's, where she worked as a CNA and grew to love the senior communities. After she graduated nursing school she left to work for a couple hospice agencies. Logan loves working at Legacy because it feels just like coming home and is glad to be back. She is honored to be a part of each of our residents and their families lives. When not at work, you can find Logan spending time with family and friends, playing with her cats, vacationing, watching Netflix marathons, cooking, decorating, murder mystery podcasts and many other things.
J. Spencer Smith, Resident Services Director
J. Spencer was born and raised in Provo, Utah. He grew up either playing sports or hunting and fishing. Surprise fact, while earning his degree in behavioral science from UVU, he also studied ballroom dancing. He spent some time working in hospitality management before working in the senior living industry. After serving a mission for his church in Brazil, J. Spencer worked in the restaurant industry for six years before returning to senior living. Prior to his role as the Resident Services Director, J. Spencer worked as a CNA/Med-Tech and later in marketing at Legacy Village. J. Spencer is a strong believer in the Personal Touch Culture at Legacy. He strives to make it a lifestyle; not just at work, but also in his personal relationships. J. Spencer enjoys playing the piano, especially for appreciative residents. When not at work, J. Spencer can be found enjoying the outdoors. He is also an avid Utah Jazz fan; with a vast knowledge of Jazz team trivia.
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. Darin considers the residents as family. Therefore, cooking the highest quality food with the freshest local meats and produce is important to him. He likes using seasonal ingredients to keep things exciting, as well diverse, for those he cooks for. To Darin, when it comes to dining, taste is just as important as service and atmosphere. In his spare time, he enjoys playing the piano, live music, skiing and golfing.
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 time with her mother.
Christina Johnson, Housekeeping Supervisor
Christina was born in San Bernardino, California but raised in Jacksonville, Florida. She comes to Legacy after working for Hilton Hotels, learning to work hard, she knew she wanted to work with the elderly and made the switch to senior living. She loves the atmosphere of senior living and working at Legacy Village of Sugar House, is like being around her family. When Christina is not working, she can be found cleaning, organizing, and spending time with her family in the outdoors. Hiking, and riding bikes just to name a few.
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.