Larry Wadle moved to Eagle’s Trace in April 2019 and is embracing his new lifestyle at the Erickson Living-managed community in West Houston.

This time last year, Larry Wadle was living in his house in Katy, Tex., contemplating a potential move.

Residents of Eagle’s Trace say goodbye to students and teachers from Barbara Bush Elementary School following a field trip to the West Houston community for the school’s first grade students.

For eight years, volunteers from Eagle’s Trace, the Erickson Living-managed community in West Houston, have worked with first grade students at Barbara Bush Elementary School.

Eagle’s Trace staff and their family members hosted the India and Pakistan booths at the community’s Diversity Fair.

Houston tops the list of most diverse cities in the United States, according to a 2019 WalletHub ranking. 

The annual survey compared 501 American cities across several key factors, including socioeconomic, cultural, economic, household, and religious diversity.

Kendall Baker, Tony Buzbee, Derrick Broze, Marilyn Black, John Bowser, Jacquie Baly, Naoufal Houjami, Sue Lovell, and Bill King were invited to participate in a Mayoral Candidates forum at Eagle’s Trace.

Ahead of the City of Houston’s general election on November 5, Eagle’s Trace hosted six candidates vying for the position of mayor.

Sponsored by the Government Affairs Committee, the forum gave community members the opportunity to hear candidates’ platforms and learn their positions on key issues.

World War II veteran Jim Gillespie was appointed a knight in the French Legion of Honor.

On June 6, 2019, the 75th anniversary of D-Day, Jim Gillespie and seven other World War II veterans were honored by the French government in a special ceremony aboard Battleship Texas in La Porte, Tex., just east of Houston.

Eagle’s Trace residents Tom and Sandy Wills invited friends to join them at the murder mystery party. (Clockwise, bottom left) Liz Cain, Barbara Reiff, Nancy Merry, Janet Tucker, murder mystery actor Sharon Gerchow, Kathy Dorantes, Sandy Wills, Tom Wills.

When it comes to learning about Eagle’s Trace, the Erickson Living community in West Houston, there’s nothing like seeing it in person.

Stephen Aigner (left) executive director at Eagle’s Trace, raises a toast to the Treasure Chest. The resale shop recently surpassed a half million dollars in sales.

This calls for champagne and cake.

The Treasure Chest at Eagle’s Trace, an onsite resale shop, surpassed a half a million dollars in sales over the summer.

“It’s really quite incredible when you consider we sell most items at modest prices,” says Donna Schlitt, vice president of the Treasure Chest board. 

Dennis Stewart’s recent visit to the Serengeti in Northern Tanzania brought him within feet of Africa’s most recognizable wildlife, like the lions seen laying in the grass here.

When Dennis Stewart drove into Houston, Tex., in 2016, after a three-day road trip from Washington, D.C., he had only a vague idea of what his new lifestyle might be.

Sales Counselor Jodie Schroeder is your resource to learn more about the engaging lifestyle waiting for you at Eagle’s Trace.

If you’ve been considering a move to a senior living community, chances are you have questions.

At Eagle’s Trace, the Erickson Living community in West Houston, a dedicated team of sales professionals can walk you through every step of the process.