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Eagle’s Trace Promotes Kristin Malejan to Director of Resident Life

Mar 9, 2017

Houston, Texas— Eagle’s Trace retirement community promoted Kristin Malejan to Director of Resident of Life.

Mrs. Malejan brings more than eleven years of experience in the senior living industry. At Eagle’s Trace, she has served as Resident Life Manager and a licensed social worker. Previously, she was the Director of Resident & Family Services at Silverado Senior Living.

As Director of Resident Life for Eagle’s Trace, Mrs. Malejan will provide oversight and support to several areas that directly impact the daily lives of more than 775 residents of the Erickson Living retirement community. These include community resources,...

Eagle’s Trace Appoints Ruben Perez as Director of Dining Services

Jan 12, 2017

Houston, Texas— Eagle’s Trace retirement community appointed Ruben Perez as Director of Dining Services.

Mr. Perez brings more than twenty years of experience in the hospitality industry with the Four Seasons Hotel, Aramark Healthcare and the Cheesecake Factory Restaurant.

As Director of Dining Services for Eagle’s Trace, he will oversee 140 employees and the operation of restaurants featuring diverse dining offerings from formal to casual in both the independent living and extended care neighborhoods.

“We extend a warm welcome to Ruben as he shares his culinary creativity with residents and employees,” stated Stephen Aigner, Executive Director...

Eagle’s Trace Opens New Independent Living Residence

Nov 28, 2016

Houston, Texas— Meeting the demand for its senior living lifestyle and amenities, Eagle’s Trace expanded its 70-acre campus with the addition of a new independent living resident building.

Named Amarillo Terrace, the project features 108 residences with fresh floor plans highlighting open-concept designs. Amenities include stainless steel appliances and granite countertops; screened-in porches and patios are options for a number of the residences.

Residents of the Erickson Living retirement community began moving into Amarillo Terrace in early November. They have access to a new media room, fitness center and additional meeting space.

Pamela Burgeson is the...

Eagle’s Trace Residents Support Wreaths Across America In Houston

Nov 15, 2016

Houston, Texas— The generous residents of Eagle’s Trace retirement community came through again in a big way.

They contributed $1,670 to donate to the Houston Chapter of Wreaths Across America to help fulfill its goal of placing a wreath on all 60,000+ grave sites at the Houston National Cemetery in December.

Wreaths Across America is a non-profit organization dedicated to honoring and thanking veterans for their service and sacrifice. Its mission is to “Remember, Honor, and Teach.”

The contribution by Eagle’s Trace translates into 167 wreaths for the project. The effort, sponsored by the resident-led Community...

Erickson Advantage® H5652 Receives Top National Ranking

Nov 8, 2016

Houston, Texas– Erickson Living, developer and manager of Eagle’s Trace retirement community, announced today that its health plan, Erickson Advantage, has received a Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) 2017 Medicare Advantage (MA) health plan rating of 5-stars for Part C and 5-stars for Part D. This is the second consecutive year that Erickson Advantage has received the 5-star quality rating out of 5 stars.

“Erickson Advantage is one of only 14 Medicare Advantage health plans out of 364 health plans across the country to receive a combined 5-star rating from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid...

Eagle’s Trace Hosts Pink Out Day

Oct 17, 2016

Houston, Texas— October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and Eagle’s Trace did its part to increase awareness by hosting a Pink Out Day on October 14.

Residents and employees of the Erickson Living retirement community in West Houston wore pink clothing, stickers, hats and beads. An afternoon snack featured pink cookies and lemonade with beautiful pink balloons.

Why is this so important to do? Lisa Hadley, the Community Resources Coordinator at Eagle’s Trace, answers that question.

"Many people have been touched by cancer or know a friend or family who has been. Some are even battling...

Wellness, Fundraising Highlight Walk to End Alzheimer’s at Eagle’s Trace

Sep 26, 2016

Houston, Texas— Giving back is a consistent theme for residents and staff of Eagle’s Trace, the Erickson Living retirement community.

They did it again on Friday, September 16, raising more than $8,000 for the Alzheimer's Association during the community's annual Walk to End Alzheimer's.

The event was more than just a stroll around the 70-acre campus in West Houston. Led by Shirley Woods, Fitness Manager, residents partook in a pre-walk stretching exercise to prepare, incorporating wellness tips they learned at the fitness center. And they donned their purple Alzheimer’s Association t-shirts in a show of solidarity for...

Learning Never Stops at Eagle’s Trace

Aug 25, 2016

Houston, Texas— With the calendar flipping to September, school days are back for thousands of students in the Houston area.

For residents of Eagle’s Trace who are eager to learn, there are no buses to catch, homework assignments to do or exams to take. Courses are conveniently offered just down the hall.

Residents of the Erickson Living retirement community in West Houston have created more than 100 organizations and clubs. But a passion to gain knowledge is the inspiration for groups such as the Knowledge Seekers, Great Decisions, Star Gazers, Government Affairs and What on Earth?...

Eagle’s Trace Gives Back to Area Children With School Supply Drive

Aug 3, 2016

Houston, Texas— July is known as prime vacation season, but residents and employees of Eagle’s Trace rolled up their sleeves for a good cause.

The resident-led Community Outreach Committee and the Eagle’s Trace Erickson Living Values Team coordinated a school supply and coloring book drive throughout the month.

Donors provided hundreds of items, from notebooks to crayons and book bags. The school supply donations will be given to lower income students of the Alief Independent School District in southwest Houston and the coloring books will be sent to young patients at Texas Children’s Hospital.

Betty Keith...

Eagle’s Trace Launches Facebook Page

Jul 27, 2016

Houston, Texas— For Donna Craig, checking her Facebook account has become part of her daily routine.

Ms. Craig, 84, has been a resident of Eagle’s Trace retirement community since 2005 and enjoys spending time with her family. But she understands that life is hectic.

“I’m proud of my two grandsons who are busy with their education and activities. Facebook allows me to connect with them. I see their photos, and we trade messages,” said Ms. Craig, who considers herself to be a self-taught user.

The convenience and ease of the social media site makes it ideal...