Leadership Team - Legacy House Parklane

Leadership Team


Kyle Markisich, Executive Director


Kyle brings not only experience, but enthusiasm, to his position at Legacy House of Park Lane. Kyle has served as Executive Director at sister-community Legacy House of Ogden, Marketing Director at Legacy House of South Jordan and Resident Services Director at Legacy Retirement Residence. Kyle helped our sister-company, Aspire Home Health & Hospice, with company start-up and marketing efforts. He believes in doing the right thing for the right reason. Kyle also believes that doing the right thing must be made a habit so that when tough decisions need to be made, the decision becomes easy. He loves working at Legacy because there is something special about the staff and residents working together to help each other find fulfillment and happiness. He enjoys running, reading and spending time with his family.

D'Lynn Wayment, Sales & Marketing Director


D`Lynn chose caring for the elderly because of an experience she had in junior high school at a local nursing home. That experience impacted her emotionally and because of what she witnessed, she knew right away that she wanted to advocate for seniors. She is passionate about her career and feels it is her calling in life. D'Lynn began her career at sister-community, Legacy House of Ogden in 2001, serving in many roles. While she will miss the relationships she has made over the years, she is looking forward to meeting new friends at Legacy House of Park Lane. D'Lynn is the proud parent of two daughters. She enjoys many outdoor activities. In the summer, you can find her soaking up the sun; and in the winter, chasing the powder. D'Lynn is an avid archery hunter; she loves the mountains and the solitude archery brings.

Andrea Manor, Assistant Administrator


Andrea grew up riding horses and going to both barrel races and the rodeo. She is a Utah-girl through and through. Andrea worked for many years, while her children were young, as a hair stylist from her in-home salon. In 2015, she decided to get her CNA license and started working as a nurse aide at Legacy House of Ogden. She set a personal goal to improve her skills and would later apply for a job in management. Andrea often shares with her team, residents, and resident families that she is now working her dream job-there is no better feeling than the feeling she gets from serving others. When they aren’t at the baseball field, Andrea’s family enjoys camping, as well as spending the day on the lake with their wave runners and kayaks.

Monica Garcia, Administrative Assistant


Monica started her career at Legacy House of Ogden, working in many different positions before moving into her current role at Legacy House of Park Lane. Along the way she has learned key values that have helped her both in her work and personal day-to-day life. Monica enjoys helping others and believes the littlest things in life make a world of difference. Paying attention to detail and following through with tasks are important to her. Monica enjoys being active and spending time with her sweet family.

Kasie Drown RN, Resident Care Coordinator


Kasie grew up in Murray, with her family which included her grandparents, who lived in the basement apartment of her family’s home. With that she gained a love and appreciation for the elderly. In junior high Kasie started to toy with the idea of becoming a nurse. In high school she took a CNA course which led her to become a CNA at a sister community. She worked there as a CNA, then became a medtech. While she was working as a medtech Kasie earned her nursing license. She worked for our sister community until she graduated nursing school. She then worked as a registered nurse for a home health and hospice company before coming back to the Legacy family. In her free time she loves to go camping and to spend time with family and friends. She also loves to spend a lot of time with her two dogs, Raja and Remi, and her cat Koda.

Izzie Hernandez, Dining Services Director


Izzie is from San Luis Potosí, Mexico. Izzie attended culinary school in Mexico and then later moved to Utah to live out his dream of becoming a chef. He started working in the local restaurant industry and in 2008 found a position as a dietary aide at a Legacy community. Izzie quickly formed wonderful relationships with the residents; paying extra attention to their dining preferences and taking a personalized approach to serving them. During his career, Izzie has worked for other senior living companies, but is now glad to be back at Legacy and proud to call Legacy House of Park Lane - home. Izzie has a passion for delivering a wonderful dining experience. When Izzie is not at Legacy House of Park Lane you will find him relaxing with his wife and children.

Christina Summers, Recreation Director


Christina Summers grew up right here in Farmington and graduated with honors from WSU in 2014 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Family Studies. She earned her Therapeutic Recreation Technician license in 2018. Christina has raised three beautiful children; has loved being Scoutmaster, 4-H leader and 4-H Fair Show Master; and helped her son become an Eagle Scout. She also loves being a part of the grandma club. Christina loves to photograph the world as she travels. Her favorite places to visit are Sweden, Paris, the Oregon Coast and Disneyland. She loves gardening, genealogy and she loves any and all animals, especially dogs. Christina is very positive and passionate about her work and loves our residents with all of her heart.

Barry Vance, Maintenance Director


Barry brings experience unique to the assisted living environment. His experience comes from serving 34 years in the United States Air Force (Air National Guard) in Aircraft Maintenance. He has learned and experienced leadership from many different cultures and walks of life. Through his own personal experiences and knowledge he can analyze and work through any problem resulting in a positive outcome. He has learned service before self which has taught him to love and respect everyone. The assisted living care environment is new to Barry, but he has embraced this new opportunity with great vision and zeal. He loves the residents and serving them. Barry looks forward to continuing opportunities for personal growth as well as helping those he associates with. His hobbies are spending time with his family, camping, fishing and enjoying the outdoors.