Parkville golfers hit the links for a good cause

An avid golfer, Bob Hope once said, "If you watch a game, it s fun. If you play it, it s recreation. If you work at it, it s golf." Fortunately for golf enthusiasts who live at Oak Crest, finding a partner to hit the greens with is never hard to do.

Duckpin bowling pins

Most people live for the weekend. But Tuesday is Katherine Rigney’s favorite day of the week. That’s the day she gets to do what she loves most: bowl.

Oak Crest Director of Dining Services David Colacicco

David Colacicco is a long way from his first job at the snack bar at the Halekulani hotel in Waikiki Beach, Hawaii. But 5,000 miles and 30 years haven’t diminished his passion for food and hospitality as the new director of dining services at Oak Crest in Parkville, Md.

Gary Hibbs

In a time when the average worker stays at a job for 4.4 years, Gary Hibbs’ 18-year career with Erickson Living is rare.

Oak Crest EMS wins Star of Life Award for outstanding service

Do you feel safe coming home to an empty house after dark? Do you worry about the security of your house while you re away on vacation? What would you do if you had a medical emergency and couldn t get to the phone?

Tournament of Roses Parade

Susanne Howard has one of the best jobs on Earth. As special trips coordinator at Oak Crest, Howard plans trips to destinations all over the world along with the best travel companions one could ever meet.

Man moving boxes

It’s natural for homeowners to be initially overwhelmed with the prospect of opening their house to potential buyers. However, with a plan and creativity, those challenges can become opportunities.


Evelyn Schroedl refuses to act her age. When the 92-year-old resident of Oak Crest is not dancing the tango, she s out on the tennis courts delivering a swing that would give most 20-something s a run for their money.


Watching 92-year-old Evelyn Schroedl glide across the stage in perfect time, you would never know she hasn t danced since high school.