a view of the beautifully landscaped campus at Ann's Choice

People interested in living at Ann’s Choice, Erickson Living’s retirement community in Bucks County, Pa., should join its priority list.

Len Kornstein’s 3-D painting Sky City hangs in the great room of his home at Ann’s Choice.

The big windows and abundant natural light in the bedroom of his large and cheerful one-bedroom Brighton apartment home provide an ideal space for Len Kornstein to create three-dimensional paintings and collages. He paints nearly every day and gifts his art to family and friends.

Cow and dairy memorabilia tend to occupy every nook and cranny of Dolores Medvedik’s apartment home at Ann’s Choice.

When Dolores Medvedik found herself relying on others to care for her three-quarter-acre property in Holland, Pa., she moved to Virginia where one of her daughters lived. 

Libby and Bud Blank stand in the living room of their one-of-kind apartment home at Ann’s Choice where they display many of the art pieces collected during their travels.

Two years ago, after dining at Ann’s Choice with friends who lived there, Libby and Bud Blank decided to move from their 2,400-square-foot house of 56 years in Feasterville, Pa., to Erickson Living’s retirement community in Bucks County.

Clarence Good, a resident ambassador at Ann’s Choice, belongs to the Silent Flyers, a campus club for remote-controlled plane hobbyists. Here he displays his latest project.

The best way to see what Ann’s Choice is like is to schedule an appointment and personal tour with the sales office or to attend a complimentary sales event or open house. 

George Murray, second from left, treats family members to brunch at Ann’s Choice, including (from left) George’s son Dan, daughter Susan, daughter Nancy, and son-in-law Joe.

When George Murray toured Ann’s Choice last year with two of his sons, the friendliness they encountered and the extensive amenities and activities they learned about made all three Murrays feel good about Erickson Living’s retirement community in Bucks County, Pa.

When Marie Dmoch retires from her sales counselor position at Ann’s Choice on June 30, Ryan Doherty, promoted to sales counselor several months ago, will succeed her in the role.

On June 30, Marie Dmoch will retire from her 16-year position as Ann’s Choice’s sales counselor. Then Ryan Doherty, who was promoted to sales counselor last September, will handle the reins on his own.

Bud Williams, who retired from his role as senior facilities manager at Ann’s Choice, and his wife Cheryl (shown in their kitchen) moved to the community this spring.

For Bud and Cheryl Williams, moving from Churchville, Pa., to Ann’s Choice was a simple decision.

The Erickson Living retirement community in Bucks County opened in 2003. Bud started working there in 2004 when the third of Ann’s Choice’s now 15 residence buildings was under construction. 

Phyllis and Richard Buckwalter, retired doctors who live at Ann’s Choice, share a dance at a grandson’s wedding two years ago.

Since 2008, when they joined the Ann’s Choice priority list, primary care physicians Phyllis and Richard Buckwalter knew they’d eventually move from their home in Horsham, Pa., to Erickson Living’s retirement community in Bucks County.