couple sitting in big red chairs

When they retired in the early 1980s, Howard and Janet Foell decided to leave Michigan, where they had raised their son, and set sail for Florida—literally. The Foells had been avid sailors and decided to make the journey down to Florida a memorable one by sailing there on their own boat. 

people walking a race

Retirees living at Fox Run were especially active this past autumn. For example, many of them took part in a color run, a popular style of 5K race in which participants are doused in a different color paint after each kilometer. 


Pat Morgan spent her career as a teacher. She’s retired now, but in a unique way, she is still helping people learn. 

Pat leads Fox Run’s Arts a la Carte committee, which organizes monthly outings for residents to take advantage of Detroit’s vibrant arts and culture scene. 

couple sitting in chairs

George and Wilma Gallanis have known each other, literally, their entire lives. Their mothers were friends when they were born just a few months apart, and their families socialized throughout their childhoods in upstate New York.

Fox Run brochure

If you ve been meaning to get more information about Fox Run, the Erickson Living community in Novi, Mich., now is the time.

City blackout

Do you remember where you were during the blackout of August 2003 that shut down power in much of the Northeast and Midwest? Many of the residents and staff at Fox Run will never forget where they were that day.

Mary Wolfe

Over the last several years, Mary Wolfe has helped 960 adults secure a worry-free retirement by providing assistance during their moves to Fox Run. This year marks Wolfe s sixth anniversary of working as the personal moving consultant at the Erickson Living community in Novi, Mich.


On July 30, Henry Ford would have turned 150 years old. History buffs at Fox Run took the opportunity to learn more about the famous creator of the Model T and founder of Ford Motor Company.

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.