Blake Ray Promoted To Director Of Asset Management Of Legacy Senior Living, Management Company Of Assisted Living And Memory Care Facilities

Thursday, June 14, 2018
Blake Ray
Blake Ray

Blake Ray has been promoted to director of asset management at Legacy Senior Living in Cleveland, a Tennessee-based management company of assisted living and memory care facilities.

In this expanded role, Mr. Ray will be involved in various aspects of the Legacy Senior Living portfolio. This will include assisting in new developments, construction and renovation efforts, coordinating facility financing, and supporting executive leadership in both real estate and operational analysis. He will also be assisting leadership in various special projects to support the facility teams.

Mr. Ray began his career with Legacy Senior Living as the special projects coordinator and advanced to executive director of Renaissance Marquis Assisted Living and Memory Care community located in Rome, Georgia, where he oversaw 109 units with excellent results.

Mr. Ray, a native of Cleveland, Tn., and student-athlete at Lee University, graduated with a double major in accounting and psychology. He and his wife, Kelli, currently live in Cartersville, Georgia and attend Crosspoint City Church.

“The senior living industry has been my calling from an early age. Over the past three years at Renaissance Marquis I have had the opportunity to serve the residents and team members at the closest level. My time at Renaissance Marquis gave me a greater appreciation of the amazing team members and the wonderful residents we get to serve. Now, I look forward to serving those team members and residents at the facility level from the Legacy Support Center,” said Mr. Ray.

“We are excited to have Blake join us at Legacy Senior Living in this new role. He knows what it takes to be a servant leader from his experience as an executive director, and he has proven to be successful in any given situation. His drive and motivation for success is contagious. We know he will help us reach our mission to serve the greatest generation and various other projects to improve our services and efficiencies as we serve from the Support Center,” stated Bryan Cook, COO of Legacy Senior Living.

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