The Management Team

Colton Balmforth, Executive Director

Colton has been working for Legacy House since he was 16 years old in a variety of positions. While working with Legacy residents and their families, Colton has learned how to provide care with a Personal Touch as well as the importance of caring for the elderly and others in need. The residents are like family to Colton. Thus, he and his associates strive to care for the residents as if they are their own family members. It is vital to have respect for those you serve. In his spare time, Colton enjoys spending time with his family and outdoors participating in various activities.

Deanna Seager, Marketing Director

A proud Weber State University graduate and self-confessed “military brat,” Deanna has been with Legacy House of Bountiful since 2007, first as a Certified Nursing Assistant, then as the Community Relations Director, and now as the Marketing Director. Her favorite quote is, “Be yourself, everyone else is taken.” She believes that there is good in everything and that life is a journey to discover. She loves working with residents, their families, the community’s staff and the community. Deanna believes that in order to build a relationship, you must have respect for those you meet, integrity in your dealings with all those whose lives you touch, and love with an unconditional hand of friendship that is always extended. She loves taking photographs, camping and experiencing all that nature has to offer.

Bradley Diamond, Assistant Administrator

Brad earned his bachelor’s degree in Health Administration from Weber State University and has enjoyed working with Legacy Retirement Communities in several roles including CNA, Med-Tech and as the Resident Care Assistant. He currently serves as the Assistant Administrator at Legacy House of Bountiful. Living the Personal Touch culture comes easily to Brad as he cares for residents and associates each day. Brad and his wife Brianna enjoy spending time outdoors, riding their horses and traveling.

Calley Robinson, Administrative Assistant

Calley Robinson has worked at Legacy House of Bountiful since 2008. She has served in a variety of positions including Dining Room Server, CNA, Med-Tech, Receptionist and currently as the Administrative Assistant. Calley loves the Legacy culture of Personal Touch and lives it each day. Calley is always going out of her way helping residents, families, and employees with whatever they may need. She enjoys greeting everyone who walks through our doors each day. Calley enjoys spending time outdoors, and camping with her family and friends. Calley is a certified rock climbing instructor. Anyone who knows Calley knows she lives life to its fullest.

Jessica Kunz, RN--Resident Care Coordinator

Jessica married her high school sweetheart and together they have three beautiful girls. She graduated with her RN from Nightingale School of Nursing, and is currently working on furthering her education at Western Governors University. Nursing has been a passion of hers since she was a little girl. She enjoys learning about the residents as well as listening to their life memories and stories. Jessica treats each resident as if they were her own family and strives to provide the best care for each of them. Jessica believes the key to life is to live with positivity and an open mind. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family, hiking, traveling, gardening, and cleaning.

Shelly Robinson, Dining Services Director

Shelly was born and raised in Bountiful in a home where canning, cooking and baking bread were regular activities. When she was 18 years old, she started her first job as a dietary aide at a local community hospital. She was quickly promoted to the position of cook. After raising three daughters as a stay-at-home mom, running a successful daycare facility and working part time in an assisted-living community, she accepted a part-time job at Legacy House of Bountiful. This job soon became a full-time position because she loved the residents and the community so much. She loves working at Legacy and enjoys going the extra mile to provide delicious, healthy food for our residents.

Vicki Scholz, Activity Director

Vicki was born in Pennsylvania and raised in New York and Los Angeles. Vicki and her husband moved to Utah to attend school, where they raised nine children. She served as PTA President, taught music and dance classes, served as room mother numerous times, helped all of her children learn to play a musical instrument, and helped thier sons earn their Eagle Scout awards. After her husband passed away, she finished raising the youngest four children while selling real estate, which allowed her to work around her children’s busy schedules. She has been with Legacy House of Bountiful since 2005. She loves coming to work each day because she knows that she, along with her team, provides a “positive, loving, compassionate, fun, inspiring and growing experience.” She enjoys being a grandmother, traveling, tutoring at local elementary schools and providing humanitarian aid in Haiti.

Jerry Wise, Maintenance Director

Jerry was born in Rockford, Illinois and raised in Madison, Wisconsin. His management and maintenance skills were honed during a long career in the U.S. Army, both in the United States and overseas. Positions included everything from Demolitions Expert to Armored Vehicle Operator to Squad Leader, Platoon Sergeant, and Training Drill Instructor. After retiring from the Army, he worked for a national automotive-service franchise as a store manager, regional training supervisor, computer technician and regional corporate operations director. In addition, he raised three children as a single father. Since moving to Utah, he has spent many years helping maintain nursing homes and assisted-living communities. He has been employed by Legacy House since 2001, he loves helping and getting to know the residents in our community.

Nick Dalton, Housekeeping Director

Nick began working with Legacy House of Bountiful in 2013. The employees and residents at Legacy are delighted to be working with the real "Mr. Clean", his nickname. When he is not at work, Nick enjoys spending time with his family, sharing adventures in the great outdoors. He is also passionate about volunteering at the Utah Food Bank, a passion he inherited from his Grandmother while serving as her caregiver.