Jason Gibson Promoted To Vice President Of Operations At Legacy Senior Living

Monday, December 28, 2020
Jason Gibson
Jason Gibson

Legacy Senior Living has promoted Jason Gibson, a 26-year veteran of the senior living field, to vice president of Operations, expanding the scope of his role to oversee the organization’s family of 14 senior living communities across the Southeast.

Mr. Gibson, who joined Legacy Senior Living as an operations specialist and most recently served as regional director of Operations, has a long-standing record of effectively carrying out Legacy Senior Living’s mission to serve seniors with honor, respect, faith, and integrity, said officials.

"As our family of senior living communities continue to grow, we have never lost sight of our goal to provide the foundational support for each facility to thrive and provide the best care possible in their respective locations,” said Bryan Cook, president of Legacy Senior Living. “Jason’s proven excellence in organizational operations has been an integral part of that support in the past. With the expansion of his role, we’re confident we’ll be able to go above and beyond when it comes to serving our residents and team members."

After graduating from UTC with a degree in human services management, Mr. Gibson honed his experience at senior living communities throughout the Southeast before returning to his native Cleveland and joining the Legacy Senior Living team in January of 2019.

"The opportunity to use my administrative gifts to directly impact the quality of life for seniors and their families has been an immensely rewarding part of my role,” Mr. Gibson said. “I’m looking forward to doing everything I can to apply these gifts to benefit the operational structure of the entire organization."

Mr. Gibson has two college-aged sons, Will and Clark. An explorer at heart, he enjoys hiking, fishing, and camping with his family and is an avid Auburn football fan.



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