DIRECTOR SINCE 2012
Daryl R. Hillman, CCIM, SEC
DIRECTOR SINCE 2016
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT & CLIENT RELATIONS – DIRECTOR SINCE 2018
Kristi Howard Fisher
Born and raised on a farm in Alberta, Kristi has deep roots in hard work and commitment in all she puts her hands to. Much knowledge and experience has been gained in the business world; specifically in finance, investing, marketing, consulting and compliance. Kristi has held qualifications as a chief compliance officer, giving a special eye to detail regarding the private equity market. Kristi works directly with the transfer agent, trust companies, legal teams and the Sundance Management team. This interaction allows for her to handle client inquiries, and content creation including; all marketing material, investment documentation, and web design. Administrative operations are also orchestrated by Kristi. She is a tremendous addition to the team.
PEARL ROSE CONSTRUCTION – DIRECTOR SINCE 2016
Since 2007, Bert Eggink has been President and Owner of Pearl Rose Construction Ltd (PRC). Bert delivers prime-contracting services to central Alberta from design to completion, and everything in between including: construction management, integrated project-delivery and public/private partnerships. PRC’s projects span from under $1k to over $13mm specializing in the commercial, retail, multi-family, health-care, education, community provincial/municipal, and infrastructure sectors. With 15 years of consulting and management experience, Bert’s passion to find opportunity through creative thinking and problem solving has been prevalent. Bert’s ability to think outside the box and see connections where others would not has added tremendous value to Legacy’s Board of Directors.
BUSINESSMAN, VYEFIELD ENTERPRISES – DIRECTOR SINCE 2012
in the business community. Vyefield Enterprises is a multi-faceted private company owned and managed by the Kielstra family. Vyefield’s corporate head office is located in Calgary Alberta and since the age of 18 Hessel has run the family business. Mr. Kielstra carries some experience in the field of development and is the President of several private companies. Currently, Hessel is the vice chair of Dordt College in Iowa which has about 1400 students – this is one of many boards Mr. Kielstra has been on. Legacy believes the qualifications and experience held by Mr. Kielstra to be a vital part of the decision-making process and success that Legacy strives to achieve for all parties, clients and directors involved.
TALENT ACQUISITION MANAGEMENT LLC – DIRECTOR SINCE 2012
Don is an expert when it comes to connecting people with opportunity. For the last 17 years, Mr. Stewart’s company has brought people together where opportunity matches interest. Searching out talent, funds, products, services, angel investors, advisors or venture capitalists are among some of the synergies Talent Acquisition Management LLC creates. Alberta has been home for the majority of Don’s life with the exception of post secondary education in the USA resulting in a Bachelor and Master’s Degree in Physical Education and Community Development. Through Don’s life long career in education, sales, marketing, training & recruitment great value and wisdom is added to Legacy.
Partners – Affiliates – Advisors
Transfer Agent & Registrar
Computershare is a world leader in financial administration. It has a large global footprint, as it is located in 20 countries providing it with the scale to maintain robust compliance, audit, risk, and business-continuity planning. Founded in 1978, Computershare is renowned for its expertise in high-integrity data management, high-volume transaction processing & reconciliations, payments, and stakeholder engagement. Computershare is currently the registrar for Legacy Communities common shares. They also handle all treasury issuance requests for the company. Self-directed accounts such as RRSP’s and TFSA’s are provided to clients through Computershare so they can invest with registered funds.
RSM Canada LLP
Auditor & Accounting Firm
Sully Chapman Beattie, LLP
T. Kent Chapman, Real Estate Lawyer
“I believe we can accomplish what has previously taken 30 years and achieve that within the next 3-5 years. This is my calling, to provide opportunity for others that would have only been a dream for me so long ago.”
– Daryl R. Hillman
**The ‘History Portofolio’ has many examples of the past success that Daryl Hillman has had inside of the Commercial Real Estate Industry. These properties are held outside of the Legacy Portfolio.**
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