May 21st, 2020 | Press Releases

Kathy Clinton has been named Sales Director for the new Legend of Colorado Springs Assisted Living and Memory Care community, the newest senior living residence to be opened by Legend Senior Living. Legend of Colorado Springs is scheduled for opening fall 2020, and is now accepting reservations.

“I worked with seniors as a Certified Nursing Assistant in high school and I have been in love with it ever since,” said Clinton. She continued by volunteering with older adults in her community, delivering meals, helping at an Aging Support Program, and later taking her young sons to brighten the day of elders in a local nursing home.  More recently Kathy has been involved with supporting the Alzheimer's Association Walk to End and the Memories in the Making Program.

Kathy is driven by a passion to help seniors and their families navigate life transitions that are often challenging,” said Debi Thomas, Vice President of Business Development for Legend Senior Living.  “She’s committed to helping each find the best possible fit for their unique situation and needs.” 

Clinton brings nearly 10 years of experience working with two senior living companies. As Legend of Colorado Springs Sales Director, she will work closely with her colleagues to ensure that their teams have the sales support and resources to offer residents and their families the best solutions for their needs.

“There’s no greater honor than to serve our seniors, who have walked before us, given so much and made possible the life we all enjoy,” said Clinton, describing her respect for the residents she helps. “The Colorado Springs area is getting the very latest in assisted living and memory care with the new Legend Community. It’s a privilege to offer the most advanced care and innovative programs in Life Enrichment to area seniors.”

“Kathy looks forward to bringing her experiences and her passion to serve to Legend of Colorado Springs,” said Thomas. “And we look forward to having her at this important new addition to Legend communities.”