Rachel Davenport, Executive Director
Rachel joined Legacy Village of Castle Pines in August 2017. She has a wide range of experience in the senior living industry and has served as a Vice President of Resident Care, Executive Director and Wellness Director. It was her close relationship to a grandmother, who lived with dementia, that lead her to a career in senior living. Rachel is passionate about empowering team members to provide excellent care and services in a person-directed and growth-oriented culture. Rachel is a Colorado native and lives in Castle Rock with her husband and two sons.
Michelle Newitt, Marketing Director
Michelle was born and raised on the East Coast, moving to Colorado in 2006. Growing up in Cecilton MD, many of her fond memories include her grandmother Lillian. While eating cucumbers straight from her garden, attending bingo nights at the local fire hall, and especially to working by her side at the local ice cream shop, Michelle's grandmother taught her to appreciate the little things in life and to help other people whenever you can. As a Marketing Director she is able to help people each and every day with making the best choice possible for their loved ones. Michelle has three amazing children; together they enjoy adventurous road trips back to Maryland, eating blue crabs and putting their toes in the sand.
Tina Andrews, Assisted Living Director
Tina was born in Hawaii where her dad was stationed in the Navy. After living briefly in Washington, D.C., she and her family came to Colorado where she now considers herself a near-native. Tina discovered her passion for elders when her Nana was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s years ago. Since then she has worked with elders in many roles and loved them all. Tina enjoys helping care teams be the best they can be, building relationships with elders and their families, and being part of the heart-centered team at Legacy Village—helping elders be safe, independent and thrive.
Randi Kirkpatrick, Memory Care Director
Randi was born in the Kansas City area of Missouri. After moving around her family settled down on her great-grandparents farm in Southern Missouri. Her fondest memories were picking vegetables with her great-grandpa and then helping her great-grandma can them. She moved to Colorado in 2018 with her husband and three kids and began working at Legacy Village as a caregiver. When she is not working you can usually find her at the ice rink watching her kids play hockey.
Stephanie Magdziasz, Administrative Assistant
Stephanie was born and raised in California. She and her family have lived in Colorado for the last 28 years. When she is not working, she loves spending time with her grandchildren and her husband. She enjoys baking especially around the holidays. She believes that a little bit of glitter sparkle goes a long way and puts a smile on everyone’s face. She is very excited to be part of the Legacy family and is looking forward to growing within the company. Stephanie enjoys meeting new people and making friendships with residents and their families.
Mark Henley, Dining Services Director
Mark is from Detroit, Michigan and moved to Colorado in 2002. Mark’s culinary career began working in hotels including The Brown Palace, The Adams Mark, and The Curtis Hotel. After working in hotels, Mark pursued a career in healthcare and has experience working in hospitals and other senior living communities. Outside of work, Mark enjoys spending time with his beautiful wife and three children.
Jennifer Mendenhall LPN, Resident Care Coordinator
Jennifer became a nurse in 2005, and chose a career as a long-term care nurse with heavy emphasis on dementia and alzheimer’s disease. She quickly realized this is her passion. In 2011, she left skilled nursing and relocated to Colorado with her family. When not working, Jennifer enjoys time spent with her husband and four children. Jennifer joined Legacy Village in January 2018. She is very excited to be part of a very experienced team and looks forward to growing with Legacy Village while developing relationships with all the residents and families.
Darcy Senador, Life Enrichment Director
Darcy is a transplant from Meridian, Idaho. Darcy grew up in Nashville, Tennessee, and has always had a strong love for the older population. She comes to us with 10 years of assisted living and memory care experience. She loves to plan events that bring her residents and their families closer together, even when loss of memory is the diagnosis. Once on a riverboat cruise, an older gentleman asked to have his picture taken with her, the joy that was on his face for that one simple act of kindness, set her on her path to work in senior living. Darcy has 4 grown children and 4 grandchildren. When Darcy is not working, she loves to hang out with her husband, and see her kids and grandkids as much as she is able. Darcy is thrilled to join Legacy Village, and excited to explore Colorado.
Melissa Barnett, Housekeeping Director
Melissa was born and raised in Illinois. She and her family have lived in Colorado for the past 8 years. When she is not working, she spends time with her children, husband and friends. She enjoys watching her children play sports, spends most of her Saturday’s at wrestling tournaments or football games, and loves watching the local professional teams, unless they are playing a Chicago team. Melissa loves meeting new people and learning their life stories. Her career path has been diverse over the years, working with seniors is by far the most rewarding and allows her to show compassion for the people in need of an ear and a hand to hold.
Lee Hostetter, Maintenance Director
Born and raised in Denver, Lee joined the Navy after high school and served four years in the Philippines and Japan. Lee served as a Deputy Sheriff in Jefferson County for 13 years. He started a career in senior living in 2002. He has experience in Independent Living, Assisted Living and Memory Care communities. Lee is an avid sports fan and loves all the local teams. He has been married since 1983 to his wife, Christina, and has four grown boys and one very spoiled granddaughter.