Brad Diamond, Executive Director
Brad earned his bachelor’s degree in Health Care Administration from Weber State University and has enjoyed working with Legacy Retirement Communities in several different roles at our sister-community, Legacy House of Bountiful. Living the Personal Touch Culture comes easily to Brad as he cares for residents and associates each day. Brad, his wife Brianna and their young son, enjoy spending time outdoors, riding their horses and traveling.
Kaisa Bradley, Sales & Marketing Director
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Michelle Archuleta, Assistant Administrator
Michelle supervises the nurse aides and assures compliance with all resident service plans. She is a Certified Nurse Assistant, and has been involved with patient care at Legacy House of Ogden since 2002. She worked as a CNA for 3½ years before being promoted to Assistant Administrator in July 2004. Michelle's team appreciates her and knows that anything she asks of them, she would do or has done herself. Michelle is a great leader. Michelle was raised in Layton, Utah and is an avid runner and golfer.
BreAnn Jimerson, Administrative Assistant
BreAnn first began working at Legacy House of Ogden in 2012 as a C.N.A and later served as a Med Tech. When she isn’t helping our residents and their families, she can be found strolling Historic 25th street with her own family enjoying the little shops and the local Farmers Market. BreAnn married her junior high school sweetheart and they have two beautiful children together. She loves baking, going for walks, and taking advantage of the exquisite mountains that surround us. She has a passion for helping others and always greets everyone with a warm smile. She exemplifies our Personal Touch culture and we are thrilled to have her on our team.
Tiffanie Wintle RN, Resident Care Coordinator
Tiffanie is responsible for coordinating the health and medical care of Legacy House of Ogden residents. She received her associates degree from Weber State University and later became a licensed, Registered Nurse. She has worked for several Legacy House communities, including communities in St. George and Bountiful. Tiffanie enjoys scrapbooking, running and spending time with her family.
Kelly Mayo, Dining Services Director
Born and raised in Utah, Kelly began working in the food industry when she was just 16 years old. She started her career at Legacy House of Ogden in 2000 as a receptionist and server in the dining room. In 2002, Kelly put on an apron, started cooking and has never looked back. In 2003, Kelly was promoted to Dining Services Director. Loving both the residents and her dining team is key to Kelly's success. Kelly enjoys spending time with her family and traveling whenever possible.
Julie Prevedel, Recreation Director
Julie was born and raised in Ogden, Utah. Prior to joining the Legacy House of Ogden team, Julie worked 25 years for the Internal Revenue Service. She then spent four years working for the Weber School District. In 2014, Julie decided that work should be fun and joined Legacy House of Ogden's recreation department. Julie loves to spend time with her children and grandchildren. She also enjoys gardening, reading and dancing.
Michelle Maycock, Housekeeping Director
Prior to joining the Legacy staff, Michelle worked at Ogden Regional Hospital. She has been with Legacy House of Ogden since it opened in 2000. Michelle oversees the housekeeping team at Legacy House. Always a friend to our residents, Michelle is a recipient of the Utah Assisted Living Association, annual Hero Award. This honor recognizes only the "best of the best" in the state of Utah. Originally from Reno, Nevada, Michelle enjoys reading, movies and animals.
Jason Law, Maintenance Director
Jason grew up in Farmington, Utah and is proud to call Utah home. In fact, Jason and his father hand crafted the beautiful stonework of many local churches, city halls, businesses and homes, including the East-Layton Castle nearby. Jason spent many years in the construction industry before he learned it was a little hard on the body and decided to work in maintenance instead. Jason has worked in the senior living industry since 2004 and enjoys the relationships he has made over the years. Jason and his wife met on a blind date. Over the years, they have enjoyed breeding and showing Alaskan Malamutes; Jason even served as the President of the Intermountain Kennel Club. Together he and his wife enjoy going to the movies, out to dinner and on drives; but most of all, they enjoy spending time with their four children and many grandchildren.