Dick and Pamela stand together and smile. Dick is wearing a black button down and Pamela is wearing a blue top.

What a difference a year makes.

If Dick and Pamela Grant could talk to themselves from March 2019, they wouldn’t have believed the changes coming their way: a new home, a new lifestyle, a new community. 

And yet, looking back, they wouldn’t have it any other way.

Jay stands next to the three tiered office cabinet he made. He is wearing a blue button down shirt, blue jeans, and is smiling.

When Jay and Karen Brooks moved to Eagle’s Trace, the Erickson Living-managed community in West Houston, they wanted to maximize the storage space in their one-bedroom Dawson-style apartment.

John and Tracy Kleinhans recently celebrated their fifty-fourth anniversary at Eagle’s Trace.

John and Tracy Kleinhans recently celebrated their fifty-fourth wedding anniversary at Eagle’s Trace, the senior living community in West Houston developed and managed by Erickson Living. It’s a union that started with an unlikely meeting.

Nancy Fountain (left) a priority list member anticipating an upcoming move to Eagle’s Trace, forged an instant connection with Nancy McNeese, who moved to the West Houston community in September 2018.

One of the greatest perks of priority list membership at Eagle’s Trace is the opportunity to connect with people who live at the Erickson Living-managed community in West Houston.

Tex and Nancy Fountain, priority list members at Eagle’s Trace, enjoy an event at the West Houston community.

What if you could join a club that would give you a glimpse into your future?

The priority list at Eagle’s Trace does just that, allowing you to experience the carefree retirement lifestyle at Eagle’s Trace even before you move in.

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.