Christina Clevenger Named Community Relations Director Of Legacy Village Of Cleveland

Wednesday, August 8, 2018
Christina Clevenger has been named community relations director of Legacy Village of Cleveland, an assisted living and memory care community serving Bradley County scheduled to open in fall 2018.

She will oversee all internal marketing and admissions for incoming residents of Cleveland’s newest senior living community.

Ms. Clevenger began her service with Legacy Senior Living as the public relations and communications coordinator in 2016. In that role, she oversaw news releases, facility newsletters, community events and the social media presence of Legacy Senior Living’s family of 14 senior living communities throughout the Southeast, including Legacy Village of Cleveland.


“I am thrilled to be transitioning into this new role to serve new residents at Legacy Village of Cleveland,” Ms. Clevenger said. “I’ve been called to serve seniors from a very young age. It is an honor to make their move into this beautiful new community a pleasant experience and a seamless transition.”

“I have enjoyed watching Christina grow for many years,” said Bryan Cook, COO of Legacy Senior Living, management company of Legacy Village of Cleveland. “She brings personal devotion, professional expertise and loving compassion to our residents and families integrating into our community.”

Ms. Clevenger, born and raised in Cleveland, graduated Lee University in 2015 with a bachelor’s degree in public relations.

She and her family attend Westmore Church of God, where her husband, Zachary, serves as minister of middle school students.


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