Former corporate vice president of Bristol Myers, Marion Klein-Goodyear, enjoys the view from the balcony of her Cedar Crest home.

If you want to know what it’s like to live at Cedar Crest, just ask Marion Klein-Goodyear.

Joanne Carr and her son Brian took a personal tour of Cedar Crest with Sales Counselor Ruth Phillips before she decided it was a great decision to move. Joanne reports she is happier than she’s been in years.

An independent woman who did her own yard work and finances, Joanne Carr was reluctant to trade the house her grandfather had built for community living, even if it meant she wouldn’t have to worry about home maintenance or bills anymore. 

Phyllis Hassard paved the way for women in pharma ad sales. Now she's enjoying vibrant retirement living at Cedar Crest

Phyllis Hassard is many things. On one hand, she’s a mother, grandmother, friend. On the other, she’s an inspiring pioneer for women in the workforce. 

More than 500 Cedar Crest residents, including Lori Erickson (right) and Wilma Philips (left) attended a festive event in August to learn how to activate the MyErickson app.

Cedar Crest, the Erickson Living community in Pequannock Township, N.J., emphasizes active living through convenience, activities and events, and proactive health care.

Holiday season is in fully swing at Cedar Crest. Fall decorations will soon give way to winter and holiday imagery!

For the next two months, Cedar Crest’s sales office expects to be busier than ever with personal appointments. That’s because many people take advantage of having their adult children in town for the holidays to visit the Pequannock Township, N.J., Erickson Living community. 

Helen and David Steinberg pictured here in Cedar Crest's on-site fitness center, where they work out several times a week.

After years of living in an empty nest, David and Helen Steinberg realized they didn’t need such a large home. So they decided to downsize.

Sales Counselors Kate Tanis (pictured here) can help you plan a personal tour of Cedar Crest that is exactly that—personal.

After hearing rave reviews of Erickson Living communities from a friend, Walter and Anja Bogaerts scheduled personal tours of several on the East Coast to discover the lifestyle for themselves. 

As we head into cold and flu season, which typically runs from October to as late as May, you may want to consider getting a flu vaccine sooner rather than later as a proactive precaution.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends getting vaccinated before the flu begins spreading in your community and says by the end of October is ideal.

Sam Panebianco, a former shuttle bus driver for Cedar Crest, stands with the vehicle.

As Sam Panebianco walks through the café area of Cedar Crest’s Belmont Clubhouse to meet me for our interview, one thing is quite clear: this guy knows everybody.