Oak Crest staff

Catherine Cohen is passionate about helping people. So when the chance to help the creative, enthusiastic residents of Oak Crest discover their passions came about, it was just the opportunity she was looking for.

Oak Crest residents

While most people go to a concert or a play to enjoy the show and have a good time, Peg Leary focuses on the light and sound. As chair of Oak Crest’s light and sound committee, Peg and her team work behind the scenes on productions to ensure every show is just right.   

Kelly Friend

Whether you’ve never set foot on Oak Crest’s campus or are already considering a future move, you may have more questions than answers about moving to one of Erickson Living’s most popular communities, located in Parkville, Md. 

Oak Crest residents

The average family of four living in America spends roughly between $130 and $297 each week on groceries, according to a March 2015 report issued by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. But those numbers increase considerably for military families serving overseas where the U.S. dollar doesn’t go as far as it does here at home. 

Oak Crest residents

For most gardeners, the return of warmer weather is an invitation to get back outside and get their hands dirty again. But longtime gardener Mary Ann Manning says the key to a plentiful garden starts long before spring takes a foothold. 

Oak Crest

On the surface, a Lamborghini and a Kia share the same purpose—they both get you from point A to point B. But take a closer look, and you’ll see there’s a world of difference between the two. The same can be said of retirement communities. There are hundreds of choices out there but not all retirement options are the same. 

Oak Crest resident

Cathy Brodersen called the tranquil shores of Chincoteague Island, Va., home for 18 years. But after Hurricane Sandy hit in 2012, she decided to head inland for a weatherproof lifestyle at Oak Crest, the Erickson Living community in Parkville, Md. 

Oak Crest staff and resident

Eight years ago, while still a freshman in high school, Justin Wolf began working as a waiter and host at Oak Crest hoping to earn some money toward college. But unlike most first jobs, this one gave Justin more than just a paycheck—he got the wisdom and support of 2,200 adopted grandparents. 

woman resident in her apartment home

 

Cathy Brodersen called the tranquil shores of Chincoteague Island, Va., home for 18 years. But after Hurricane Sandy hit in 2012, she decided to head inland for a weatherproof lifestyle at Oak Crest, the Erickson Living community in Parkville, Md.