Sharon Brown is at home in her spacious Endeavor-style apartment at Highland Springs, the Erickson Living community in North Dallas.

When Sharon Brown moved from San Diego to Highland Springs, the Erickson Living community in Dallas, Tex., it wasn’t the first time she’d made the cross-country move.

“I lived in Dallas for 20 years before I retired and moved to San Diego to be closer to my mother,” says Sharon, who worked as a buyer for the Army & Air Force Exchange Service, which has its headquarters in Dallas.

Highland Springs’ residents Neill Howard and Noy Mobley on their wedding day in March 2007.

Neill Howard and Noy Mobley’s love story dates back to the mid-1950s at Central High School, in San Angelo, Tex.

“Noy and I were high school sweethearts who went our separate ways after graduation,” says Neill, who eventually made his way to Odessa where he worked as a manufacturer’s representative. He married Judy, who passed away in February 2003.

David and Nancy Smith moved to Highland Springs in April 2017, ahead of their original timeline, so they could enjoy the amenities and conveniences of the North Dallas community.

David and Nancy Smith first learned of Highland Springs a decade ago from their friends Pete and Jane Robertson, who live at the North Dallas community.

Members of the Highland Springs sales team recently toured the community’s second clubhouse, Magnolia Place.

Highland Springs’ highly anticipated second clubhouse is nearing completion.

Magnolia Place, housing a wealth of amenities and 18 new apartment homes, is scheduled to open in April 2018.

Two of Highland Springs’ full-time physicians, Dr. Jill Studley (left) and Medical Director Dr. Mary Norman, were recently named Dallas top docs by D Magazine.

When Highland Springs issued an invitation to its priority list members to the presentation “How to Live to Be 100” by Dr. Jill Studley, a physician at the North Dallas Erickson Living community, the response was overwhelming.

Highland Springs community members Gayle and Dick Manassa appear in the January photo of the 2018 calendar featuring Highland Springs residents and staff.

After months of anticipation, the Highland Springs’ mystery calendar isn’t a secret any longer.

Resident life staff unveiled the 2018 calendar, featuring residents of the North Dallas community, to an audience eager to see the finished project.

The Bee Healthy Expo at Highland Springs was jointly organized by the medical and continuing care committee, chaired by Ann Gordon (left) and social workers at the North Dallas community, including Patti Dickson (right).

The Hillcrest Clubhouse at Highland Springs was abuzz with activity as the North Dallas Erickson Living community hosted its largest health expo to date.

Terese Mugno is the new sales counselor at Highland Springs.

After two decades in sales, most recently in pharmaceutical sales, Terese Mugno was considering a career change.

Kathleen and Bob Lamb moved to Highland Springs for its predictable monthly expenses, social opportunities, and on-site medical care.

As a financial planner, Kathleen Lamb advised her clients to carefully consider their living arrangements once they retired.

“Once you get to a certain age, you don’t want to sit there with a huge house and all the maintenance it entails,” says Kathleen. “What happens if your health starts failing and you’re forced to sell your home?”