Eagle's Trace Personal Moving Consultant Haven Benoit

Haven Benoit knows how it feels to pull boxes of holiday decorations out of the attic.

Residents and staff of Eagle’s Trace form a number 10

Eagle’s Trace, the Erickson Living community in West Houston, recently celebrated its tenth anniversary with a weeklong, circus-style celebration.

Residents and staff gathered “under the big top” to relive a decade of memories and to look toward the future.

Eagle's Trace decathlon participants

When retired high school principal Ray Winburn moved to Eagle’s Trace with his wife Janet in 2013, Ray started looking for ways to connect with his new neighbors. 

Amarillo Terrace rendering

Eagle’s Trace recently unveiled plans for its newest residence building at an exclusive event for priority list members.

Eagle's Trace residents and staff

Bob Holmes was working as a research engineer when Hurricane Alicia struck the Gulf Coast in August 1983. 

“I had a recording barometer in my office, and it went clear off the chart,” says Bob. “I still have that recording.”

These days, Bob is playing it safe during hurricane season. He moved to Eagle’s Trace in 2012.

Eagle's Trace resident

Mercer Helms tried his hand at a few careers before launching his professional magic act.

“Magic was all I really wanted to do, but it was just a hobby at first,” he says.

Born in New York, Mercer was raised in the South and attended Auburn University in Alabama.

Eagle's Trace staff

Kobi Maisel may have Colorado ties, but Texas suits his penchant for Southern cuisine.

Eagle's Trace residents

Ray and Judy Doba know a thing or two about retirement planning.

The Houston couple spent years researching and weighing their options before they decided on the carefree lifestyle they now enjoy at