Resident Richard Marks and Sales Counselor Jodie Schroeder

Three years ago, Richard Marks didn’t have any notion of leaving his Richmond, Tex., home of 33 years.

“I liked my house,” says Richard, who had retired as the general manager of a car dealership. “I didn’t want to move.”

But then life changed without warning.

The outpatient rehabilitation team at Eagle’s Trace

When Gail Holter moved to Eagle’s Trace with her husband Bob in 2005, the community’s on-site medical center was more of an afterthought for them.

“I knew it was available, but I didn’t think too much of it at the time,” says Gail.

Nick Tondeur, restaurant manager at Eagle’s Trace

Eagle’s Trace was recently named to the Houston Chronicle’s 2015 list of top Houston workplaces.

It’s the fifth time the Erickson Living community in West Houston has been named a top workplace since the local list debuted in 2010.

Resident artists at Eagle’s Trace

Cynthia Doney’s first drawing was of an arched bridge in Wilmington, Del., where she and her husband Bill lived for 41 years.

“I draw whatever catches my eye,” says Cynthia. “My husband and I spend our summers in Michigan, and I love to draw the trees when we’re there. It’s a way for me to capture my surroundings.”

Eagle's Trace resident Angela Cinque

Angela Cinque was familiar with Eagle’s Trace long before she moved to the West Houston Erickson Living community. Her brother Jack has lived at Eagle’s Trace since 2010.

Residents choosing options for new apartment

The clock is ticking for prospective residents of Amarillo Terrace, the newest residence building at Eagle’s Trace, to choose their interior finishes.

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.