Legacy Senior Living Promotes Blake Ray to Vice President of Asset Management

The Cleveland, TN, native has served in various leadership positions at Legacy Senior Living and will help the organization grow its capacity for serving seniors and families in his new role.

ANNANDALE, Va. (August 30, 2021) – Legacy Senior Living, which operates a family of senior living and memory care communities throughout the Southeast including Renaissance of Annandale, in Annandale, Va., has promoted Blake Ray to Vice President of Asset Management.

In his new role, Ray will help Legacy Senior Living acquire strategic new developments that will grow its capacity for serving seniors and their families with its time-tested model of care. He will oversee construction and renovation projects, coordinate facility financing, and support executive leadership in real estate and operational analysis.

Since joining Legacy Senior Living in 2014, Ray has served in a variety of other leadership roles, including administrator in training, special projects coordinator and financial analyst.

“During his successful tenure as Executive Director of our Renaissance Marquis community in Rome, GA, Blake found his passion in special projects. He supervised a full-scale renovation of the 100,000-square-foot Class A property, upgrading it to the region’s undisputed premier senior living community. Blake has always taken our mission of serving with excellence to heart, and his proven leadership within our organization has continued to impress us,” Bryan Cook, Founder and President of Legacy Senior Living, said.

“I believe in Legacy Senior Living’s ministry to seniors and am grateful that I can contribute to its continued success in my new role,” Ray said. “Enriching the lives of seniors is a special calling, and Legacy Senior Living takes this calling to heart, planning not just for today, but for future residents who will call one of our communities home.”

Ray is a Cleveland, TN, native and Lee University alum, with degrees in psychology and accounting. He resides in Cartersville, GA, with his wife, Kelli, and two children. They attend Crosspoint City Church in Cartersville.

About Legacy Senior Living

Legacy Senior Living operates a family of senior living communities throughout the Southeast specializing in independent living, assisted living and Alzheimer’s care services. Headquartered in Cleveland, Tenn., the company is committed to serving the Greatest Generation with honor, respect, faith and integrity. More information is available at legacysl.net or by calling (423) 478-8071.

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About Renaissance of Annandale

About Renaissance of Annandale, a Premier Memory Care Community

Renaissance Senior Living of Annandale, situated at 7112 Braddock Road, is a new state-of-the-art memory care facility serving the Fairfax County area. The community of 47 deluxe apartments offers experienced caregivers, lively atmosphere and exceptional service.

This premier memory care facility is the result of years of planning and development with notable experts and researchers in the field of memory loss. Renaissance of Annandale goes out of the way to make its residents feel at home in a friendly, caring, spacious, and well-appointed community.

Renaissance Senior Living of Annandale offers ample common spaces for socialization, dining and purposeful day activities.The community’s beautiful grounds include a large interior, secure courtyard for outdoor walking, gardening and general fresh air enjoyment. The community offers meaningful activity and life enrichment programs to enhance the lives of each resident. More information is available at renaissanceannandale.net or by calling (703) 256-2525.

Renaissance Senior Living of Annandale is part of a family of senior living communities throughout the Southeast owned/operated by Legacy Senior Living, of Cleveland, Tenn. The parent company specializes in offering independent living, assisted living, and Alzheimer’s care services. More information is available at legacysl.net.

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