The Management Team
Nancy Overson, Executive Director
Nancy was born in Murray, Utah and moved to Farmington, Utah in 1960. She is happily married to her husband Les for 30+ years. Together they have 5 adult boys; and have been blessed with wonderful grandchildren. She enjoys dogs…the Maltese breed is a favorite. Her hobbies include indoor/outdoor gardening, camping and spending time with her family. She has always loved working with the senior population. Nancy enjoys learning and is well-versed in the science of the human body. She has been a Licensed Practical Nurse since 1981, has a certificate in Massage Therapy, a Chiropractic Physician’s Assistant certificate and is Wound Care Certified. Nancy has a BS degree in Holistic Nutrition from UNLV/Clayton College of Natural Health. Nancy is proud to work for Legacy Retirement Communities and is very excited to open the first Legacy community in Utah…Legacy House of Park Lane.
Melody Mojica, Marketing Director
Melody migrated to the United States from the Philippines at the age of five and grew up in Southern California. She obtained her Real Estate License at the age of 19 and traveled back and forth between California and Utah for work. Following a permanent move to Farmington, she was a TV Host and Correspondent with VegasLifeTV/ VAsian TV Network. Melody soon entered the senior healthcare industry as a Marketing Director and Business Developer and has never looked back. She is the proud mother of three children. She spends her free time volunteering with both church and community organizations. She enjoys reading, ballroom dancing, going for a stroll, spending quality time with my family and friends, relaxing at home, going to the gym or spa, and watching the sun go down. Melody’s philosophy is to put God first in everything she does and to be truly thankful for all of her blessings.
Bobbi Martinez, Assisted Living Manager
Timinique Smith, Administrative Assistant
Yvette Olmedo, Resident Care Coordinator
Yvette was born and raised in Manila, Philippines and migrated to the United States in 1999. She is a Licensed Practical Nurse and has provided care for seniors since graduating from nursing school. Yvette was raised by her grandparents and taught to always honor them. Her grandparents also taught her the importance of caring for others. She has great respect and compassion for people, especially elders, which is one of the reasons she enjoys what she does. Yvette’s philosophy is that her relationship with God comes first. Her leisure time is always spent with her family. In her spare time, Yvette enjoys listening to music and watching Korean dramas on television. Yvette loves the color pink.