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Our Team

The team that makes up The Grand at Holladay is worldclass. With over a combined experience of 60 years in the assisted living and long term care industry, your loved ones are in the best care possible. Comprised of all backgrounds, the staff is rooted in Utah and call the surrounding mountains home.


David Meredith
Executive Director

While running a CPA practice, Dave owned and operated many other businesses, including real estate, building and remodeling and a homecare business.  Through all his businesses, helping people has been a common thread. Whether it was helping families plan financially or finding appropriate care for seniors, Dave has found joy in using his knowledge to help others.

As Executive Director, Dave wants to empower the staff through training and building an environment of trust, loyalty and fun. He has stated many times that the assisted living home may be beautiful, but it is the loving and caring staff that will make it feel like a home where the senior can thrive.


Dave grew up in Bountiful, Utah and graduated from San Diego State University with a degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Finance. He went on to get his CPA certificate and has owned and operated his own CPA practice for over 30 years.

In his spare time, he loves traveling with his wife Tracey, reading, and spending time with six adult children, spouses and many grandchildren.

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Tracey Meredith
Chief Financial Officer

Tracey received her bachelor’s in accounting and has worked in the field of accounting for 30 years. She and her husband Dave have owned and operated multiple businesses together including homecare, property management, a CPA practice, and many other real estate ventures.


Tracey has a true passion for helping others and has twice been a caregiver herself. At age 18, she moved in with her widowed grandmother and saw firsthand the struggles and general decline in health her grandmother had. Later, her paternal grandfather became ill. With no remaining living children, Tracey once again stepped in to provide care for her grandfather.


Both of her grandparents had been accustomed to living in custom homes and didn’t want to leave their beautiful homes. These experiences sparked a desire in Tracey to create something that allowed seniors to move into a beautiful home with the benefit of having the home managed, food cooked, and if needed, someone there to take care of the senior.


In her spare time, she loves traveling, playing tennis, listening to country music, but most of all spending time with her children and grandchildren.

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Courtney Walk

Courtney has had a longtime career in Assisted Living. She began as a CNA working hands-on with residents. With a passion for her work, Courtney advanced quickly. She has held various positions as a CNA, Activities Director, Resident Care Coordinator, Assistant Administrator, and an Administrator.

Courtney has been at the forefront, ushering in a new standard of living and care in the Assisted Living field. She has had the privilege of working alongside UALA (Utah Assisted Living Association) board members helping implement and redefine industry standards. Courtney’s unwavering care for residents is apparent in her everyday work.

While not working,  Courtney is a proud wife and mother of five children. They are often spending time outdoors, biking, camping, hiking, and fishing.  In her spare time at home, Courtney loves baking and decorating cakes.


Carlos Rodriguez
Executive Chef


A large part of my career in the culinary world was spent as the owner of an Asian restaurant I ran for 7 years.  After eating at my restaurant several times, I was approached by an administrator of an assisted living who was looking to bring change to dining in his community. He wanted to bring up scale, fresh, and nutritious food to his residents. I was also looking for a change and decided to take the leap.  The rest is history! I have been in the health industry for over 9 years now.  

Staci Tullis
Assistant Administrator

15 years ago I dove head first into a new adventure in health care. I knew for sure I would only work a few years and move on to bigger and better things. Little did I know my life would be changed dramatically forever and I would fall in love with making people smile and providing quality of life through meaningful activities. It has been a pleasure as well as personal life enrichment. I have developed a love I have never known before. I can honestly  say I love my job.

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Allison Evans

Allison has a long history of working with the geriatric population. She achieved her Registered Nursing degree from Ameritech College and shortly after completed her Bachelor's degree in Nursing. She has been  in the healthcare field for more than 15 years.  After graduation, she began working in the Assisted living setting.

Allison is passionate about working within the geriatric population. She is currently continuing her education to become a Nurse Practitioner so she can continue to serve in that capacity. Allison approaches her care and love for her patients as if they are family, as she feels everyone should have an advocate that will treat their loved one as their own.

Allison is married and has five children between the ages 3-11. When not working, she chases them around at sporting events, movies, parks and much more. In her spare time, she enjoys watching TV and playing Nintendo or board games

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Julie Vigos
Activities Director

Julie began her career in the medical industry right after high school. Over the years she worked in medical transcription, billing and coordinating with insurance companies in many different markets within the United States. When that company relocated to Wisconsin; she chose to stay in Utah close to family and her support system as a single mom.


In 2015, she began working as a caregiver at an assisted living facility where she absolutely fell in love with the seniors. When offered an opportunity to work at Beacon Crest Senior Living as an activity assistant/caregiver; she jumped on board. Although it was her second job, she looked forward to planning enriching activities.


Our seniors absolutely love Julie. Her inspired activities bring such joy and laughter to the community. When offered a full-time position with Beacon Crest as Activities Director/Marketing, she jumped at the opportunity! She loves spending time with the seniors and her friends and coworkers within the community. Beacon Crest is a lifestyle she wants to be a part of every day.


In her free time, Julie enjoys reading a good mystery novel and spending time with her daughter’s playing cards and games. She considers her daughter’s her major accomplishment in life and her best friends.

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