Elizabeth and Bernard Nass praise Personal Moving Consultant Anna Greves and her team of experts for their successful move to Greenspring.

Bernard and Elizabeth Nass thought about moving from their Alexandria, Va., house for several years.

“We realized that we wanted to make a transition from our single-family home,” says Elizabeth. “We no longer wished to deal with the work and the costs maintaining our house.”

Winner of 29 international Telly awards, Greenspring’s in-house, cable Channel 6 recently celebrated 15 years on air.

In January, Channel 6, Greenspring’s in-house, award-winning, cable station celebrated 15 years of service at the Erickson Living community in Springfield, Va.

Greenspring community member Sue Leathers finds she has “more space than I need” in her beautiful Abbott studio apartment home.

“I knew I wanted to live at Greenspring, but I also knew that I wanted to pay a smaller amount to do so,” says Sue Leathers. “For me, a studio apartment home offered the best of both worlds.”

Kathleen Henry (right) pictured with Kay McCurdy, her coeditor of The Villager, is thankful she moved to Greenspring while in her sixties.

For almost 20 years, Sheila Willing, sales counselor at Greenspring, has seen the numerous benefits of the Erickson Living lifestyle firsthand.

A Blue Goji employee leads Greenspring community member Mary McDonnell through a variety of interactive games designed for use on stationary bikes.

According to the National Institutes of Health, “making exercise and physical activity a regular part of life can improve health and help maintain independence as we age.”

Armed and ready, Greenspring’s general services team works hard throughout the winter keeping sidewalks and parking areas clear of snow and ice.

For many, the winter months—notorious for their ice and snow—necessitate putting many activities on hold.

David and Lana Massoni moved after 30 years to Greenspring in Springfield, Va.

After attending an open house at Greenspring, David and Lana Massoni were ready to sell the house they’d lived in for the past 30 years.

After the presentation of the Congressional Gold Medal, guests enjoyed looking at photos and keepsakes from Elizabeth “Libby” and her late husband William Haynes’ personal collection.

On Saturday, October 8, Colonel Bruce Heinlein, commander of National Capital Wing, Civil Air Patrol, bestowed a Congressional Gold Medal to Greenspring community member Elizabeth “Libby” Daggit Haynes for her service as a cadet member of the Civil Air Patrol (CAP) during World War II.

Each December, Betty Kenealy reflects on her place in American history.

It’s a day I’ve never forgotten,” says Elizabeth “Betty” Kenealy, a community member at Greenspring, in Springfield, Va., and a survivor of the December 7, 1941, Japanese bombing at Pearl Harbor.