Fox Run staff

The best way to become better acquainted with FoxRun and the people who live and work there is to join the community’s priority list. Becoming a member is simple and offers prospective residents a host of advantages, perks, and exclusive invitations. 

Fox Run residents

A group of 15 residents from Fox Run recently took a trip to Lansing, Mich., where they enjoyed a day of VIP treatment in the state’s capitol. 

State Senator Mike Kowall invited the residents, who are all current or past members of Fox Run’s political awareness committee.

Erickson Living resident

Last November, Jan Shenefelt moved from a condo in Northville, Mich., to Fox Run. She had some friends who were already residents at the Erickson Living community in Novi, Mich., and they periodically invited her to dinner at the on-site restaurants.

Fox Run resident

Two years ago, Joan Schnerer decided she wanted more free time in her retirement to focus on the activities she enjoys most. She was living in a house on a wooded lot in Genoa Township, Mich., and says tending to the yard started to become a burden for her. 

Fox Run

With so many different types of retirement communities, each offering different lifestyles, amenities, and price points, choosing one that’s right for you can be a difficult decision. Conflicting information makes it even more burdensome—from friends’ opinions to reports in the media.

Fox Run staff in Zambia

Fox Run Pastoral Ministries Coordinator Jamie Flowers is travelling to Zambia this month to help care for orphaned children in Ndola. Zambia has been hard hit by the AIDS epidemic, leaving more than 1 million children orphaned. This will be Flowers’ second mission trip to Zambia.

dill pickle soup

The food served at Fox Run, an Erickson Living community in Novi, Mich., consistently gets rave reviews from residents and visitors alike. One of the people who orchestrates the preparation of the hundreds of delicious meals that come out of Fox Run’s kitchens each day is Chef Mike Bootz.

Fox Run resident

Larry Short spent his career building a successful custom-design training business. His company, Creative Universal, Inc., provided training, education, and performance improvement services to Fortune 500 companies in a variety of different sectors. Based in Warren, Mich., Creative Universal naturally worked with many of the auto companies.

Fox Run resident Elaine Rosati

Elaine Rosati has approached every stage of her life with vibrancy, determination, and a youthful spirit. So it’s probably no surprise to anyone who knows her that she has approached her retirement in the exact same manner.