At The House of Hearing of Utah, we pride ourselves on developing long-term relationships with our patients. Because Hearing Care is Health Care.
Hearing Care is Health Care
BC-HIS and Owner
Jake LeRoy has worked in the hearing business since 2003 and is expert at identifying and adjusting hearing instruments so patients can improve their hearing and quality of life.
Jake received his bachelor of science degree from Westminster College and is a certified hearing instrument specialist. Jake and Molly LeRoy are owners of The House of Hearing.
Au.D, CCC-A, BC-HIS and Owner
Dr. Molly LeRoy (Au.D, CCC-A, BC-HIS) began working in the hearing instrument industry in 1998 while attending the University of Utah. She received her Doctorate of Audiology degree from the University of Utah in 2009.
Having worked in the hearing instrument business for more than 14 years, Molly has undergone intense training and coursework to fully understand all aspects of hearing loss, testing and hearing aid technology.
Molly’s dedication and commitment to helping people hear better is shown through the passionate care she provides to each patient every day.
Molly, along with her husband, Jake LeRoy, is an owner of The House of Hearing.
Liz Hankins (AuD, CCC-A) attended Utah State University where she received her Doctorate of Audiology. Prior to that, her undergraduate studies focused on Communicative Disorders and Deaf Education. While obtaining her doctorate, Hankins received specialized training in working with children with hearing loss, auditory verbal therapy, and cochlear implants.
Dr. Hankins is passionate about providing better hearing to people with hearing loss and has been actively involved with many international non-profit organizations, traveling to Mexico, Costa Rica, and Vietnam to provide audiology services, training and hearing aids to children and adults in need. Her clinical experience includes diagnostic audiometric testing, amplification for pediatric and adult populations, balance testing, and tinnitus evaluations and management.
Mary Leigh Horn earned her Doctorate of Audiology degree from the University of Utah in 2009.
She has worked in a variety of audiology settings where she received extensive training in all areas of hearing testing and hearing aid technology. She is a member of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).
Roshelle Webb joined the House of Hearing in 2010 following a 16-year consulting career in human resources. She is currently studying audiology through the International Hearing Society to become a licensed hearing instrument specialist. Roshelle has many friends in the deaf community and learned American Sign Language (ASL) to help communicate with people who suffer from hearing loss.
Josh Hankins joined the Ear, Nose and Throat House of Hearing in 2011 and has an in-depth understanding of hearing aid technology, counseling and testing and specializes in working with adults with hearing loss. He attended school at Weber State University and Utah State University where he studied computer science.
HIS, Hearing Instrument Specialist
Taylor Smith is a nationally board-certified Hearing Instrument Specialist. He is currently pursuing a degree in Professional Audio Engineering from Broadview Entertainment Arts University.
Taylor joined the House of Hearing team in 2013 and specializes in working with adults with hearing loss. With his background in sound, Taylor focuses on and is committed to providing in-depth consultations and high-quality programming and customization for all his patients and their devices.
Taylor enjoys writing music and spending time with his wife, Marissa, and son, Clain.
Ryan Margetts (BC-HIS) is a Nationally Board-Certified Hearing Instrument Specialist. He attended Brigham Young University where he received his Bachelor of Science degree in Communication Disorders: Audiology & Speech Pathology. Ryan has worked as a licensed hearing specialist in Illinois, Indiana, California, and Utah. He joined the House of Hearing team in 2015.
Ryan started his career in hearing while on a humanitarian trip to Meru, Kenya, where he worked with a team of volunteers and audiologists at Kaaga School for the Deaf. After fitting several children with hearing aids and seeing the change it made in their life, he decided to dedicate his future to helping people reconnect to life through hearing.
Aside from treating people who suffer from hearing loss, Ryan also has experience as a sound engineer and is a performing musician and singer. Ryan specializes in treating adults who have hearing loss and in fitting custom molded in-ear monitors, shooting plugs, and other hearing protection for both recreational and professional use.