Celebrations of Sukkot

A group of Jewish retirees living at Fox Run gathered one early autumn afternoon to decorate a sukkah that was erected in one of the community s courtyards. A sukkah is a temporary shelter used during celebrations of Sukkot, a joyous Jewish holiday that follows Yom Kippur.

An empty dirt road

Bon Hiscoe has had a long and successful career in medicine, and at 90 years of age, he is still contributing to his field. Bon attended medical school at Columbia University. It was during his studies that he met his late wife Helen, who was teaching at Vassar College at the time. The couple married and later moved to Coal Mountain, W. Va., where Bon completed his residency.

Grand piano

Milt and Rochelle Goldman haven t given a thought to home maintenance since March. Instead, they re enjoying meeting all their new neighbors at Fox Run, an Erickson Living community in Novi, Mich.

The Boyntons' garden

In 2010, Irv and Alyce Boynton decided their large Commerce Township, Mich., house on a two-acre lot was no longer the right fit for their retirement needs. So they moved just nine miles away to Fox Run, an Erickson Living community in Novi, Mich.

Italian flag

Vern and Noni St. Amand spent four years living in Rome when Vern worked in marketing for General Motors. Decades have passed since they lived abroad, but the St. Amands still maintain a close connection to the Italian culture that they fell in love with many years ago. Vern and Noni have since retired and now live at Fox Run, an Erickson Living community in Novi, Mich.

Ten birthday candles

June 30 marked an important milestone for Fox Run. The Erickson Living community in Novi., Mich., celebrated its tenth anniversary on that day. To commemorate the occasion, staff and residents planned a week s worth of special events.


Two years ago, Fox Run resident Thomas Cain seriously damaged his right knee when he fell down some stairs at his daughter s home in Novi. Before the accident, I was a pretty healthy guy, he says.


Surrounded by eight women upon sitting down to dinner in a Fox Run restaurant, Doug Williams takes it in stride. Women have been telling me what to do all my life, he jokes. I had six sisters and five daughters. Mr.


When Helen Weingarden talks about Fox Run s Adopted Grandparents program, her face lights up. If you love children, this is a rewarding experience, she says.