The Leadership Team
Clayton Andrews, Executive Director
Clayton is an Arizona native who has lived in Utah for seven years. Since completing a Masters of Healthcare Administration at Arizona State University he has enjoyed working to improve patient and resident experiences in the healthcare industry. Clayton enjoys interacting with the patients and residents at Legacy Village and believes that each one should receive the best possible care and service. He enjoys collaborating with the team at Legacy Village to ensure it remains a standout healthcare community in the Salt Lake Valley.
Holly Smith, Marketing Director
Holly has worked in senior living for over ten years. During that time period she has worked in many different positions and roles; she has worked as a dishwasher, an activity director, worked in social work at a skilled community, and managed a memory care community. Holly has an energy and passion for life and loves interacting with people from all walks of life. Holly graduated from Southern Utah University with a bachelor's degree in psychology. Holly loves music. She studied music and vocal performance throughout high school and when she is home the stereo is always ON. A love of music runs in her family...Holly's brothers are in a heavy metal rock band. Rock on Holly.
Mylinda Ellis, Assisted Living Manager
Mylinda is originally from California, but moved to Utah 10+ years ago, she attended Stevens Henagar College where she earned her master’s degree in healthcare administration. Mylinda started working in the senior industry when she was 20 years old. It has been a passion of hers to work with seniors much like her own mother. She wants to make a difference in the lives of residents, families, and associates. Mylinda is excited to be working with the Legacy family. She strives to help her associates be the best in the industry.
Kristin Garcia RN, Resident Care Coordinator
Kristin was born and raised in Utah. She obtained her bachelor of science degree in nursing from the University of Utah. Kristin has been an emergency department nurse for the past 10+ years and has loved everything that she has been able to learn while helping those around her. Kristin especially enjoys working at Legacy Village because she is able to build lasting relationships with residents, families, and associates. Kristin loves spending time with her family, watching movies, ice skating, hiking, and traveling. She loves the sun and the beach--and then more beach.
JoAnne Timmerman, Dining Services Director
JoAnne first started working as a dishwasher in a nursing community when she was 14 years old. She moved up very quickly and became a cook when she was 15 and has been cooking ever since. Her mission as the Dining Services Director is to provide residents, families and guests with a delicious, nutritious and enjoyable dining experience. She believes in working together as a team so that all can learn from each other. In her spare time, JoAnne enjoys camping and fishing.
Angelica Furman, Recreation Director
Angelica is originally from Michigan, but has called Utah home for five years. She earned a degree in Therapeutic Recreation from Grand Valley State University and has held a variety of positions in recreation. Prior to joining the team at Legacy Village of Taylorsville, Angelica worked as a receptionist at Legacy Village of Sugar House. Some may think Angelica is a chatter box but she will tell you that she looks forward to talking all day with her residents and patients. Angelica is an avid adventurer and loves spending as much time outdoors camping, hiking and backpacking.
Terry Hutchison, Maintenance Director
Terry is very proud to be from Gerome, Idaho. Terry grew up working in the potato fields, and owning his own lawn care business during his high school years. He moved to Utah and worked for Aladdin IND Manufacturing for 35+ years. He attended Salt Lake Community College and received his business degree from Mountain West College. He is also a certified building inspector. Terry is excited to join the Legacy family, where he can make a difference in others’ lives. Terry loves his family, camping, and four-wheeling.