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Eagle's Trace
Jean (left) and Mike Grogan found a network of old and new friends waiting for them at Eagle’s Trace.

When it came time for Mike and Jean Grogan to sell their house of 47 years in Houston’s Wilchester West neighborhood, the couple had only one option in mind.

“We knew we wanted to move to Eagle’s Trace,” says Jean. “We’ve had friends move to the community over the years, and we’ve seen how nice it is. We didn’t look anyplace else.”

Cedar Crest
Vicki and Andy Cusimano enjoy an added bonus to living at Cedar Crest—their daughter-in-law Danielle Cusimano (left) works on campus as the community’s rehabilitation manager.

Like many physical therapists and rehabilitators, Danielle Cusimano knew what she wanted to do: to help people. But when she landed a job at Cedar Crest, the Erickson Living community in Pequannock Township, N.J., 13 years ago, she found her “why.”

Cedar Crest
a headshot of Patricia Cirincion

“I’m going to hit the road,” Patricia Cirincion would say to her daughter as she’d leave her daughter's Rutherford, N.J., home to return to Cedar Crest, where Patricia had moved in June 2018. But after just one month living at the Pequannock Township Erickson Living community, one day Patricia said, “I’m going home.”

Charlestown
Nancy Scoville (left) moved to Charlestown in 2018. Pictured with her is goddaughter Amy Bishop, who works at Charlestown and helped inspire Nancy to move to the Catonsville, Md., Erickson Living community.

Amy Bishop, a human resources senior recruiter at Charlestown, prides herself on knowing the residents who live there by name—a challenge in a community that more than 2,000 people call home.

Charlestown
Myla Carpenter, M.D., is the medical director at Charlestown, an Erickson Living community in Catonsville, Md.

The old adage “An apple a day keeps the doctor away” is good advice. But you don’t have to rely on apples alone to stay healthy when you have a physician-staffed medical center just steps from your front door. 

Brooksby Village
Lifelong friends Ann Centrella (left) and Margaret Bonanno moved to Brooksby Village within two weeks of each other.

Life’s road map has been remarkably similar for Ann Centrella and Margaret Bonanno.

The two friends met during their junior year at Everett High School in Everett, Mass.

“We did everything together,” says Ann. “We went to the movies and to basketball games, we spent the night at each other’s houses, we knew each other’s families.”

Brooksby Village
Eva Madura works out in the fitness center at Brooksby Village.

For Eva Madura, proximity to the fitness center at Brooksby Village is great motivation to exercise regularly.

“I walk by the fitness center on my way to and from my apartment,” says Eva. “It’s a daily reminder to work out.”

Brooksby Village
Brooksby’s Personal Moving Consultant Laurie Phillips (left) visited Grace Ferry in her Newburyport condo in May 2018 to develop a customized moving plan.

When Brooksby Personal Moving Consultant Laurie Phillips visited Grace Ferry in her Newburyport, Mass., home last May, Grace had one consideration in mind.

Ashby Ponds
Photo by Sara Klenofsky With 300 seats and state-of-the-art audiovisual equipment, Farmwell Hall serves as a popular meeting place for the more than 200 clubs and activities at Ashby Ponds.

In honor of its tenth anniversary, Ashby Ponds recently dedicated Farmwell Hall, the Ashburn, Va., community’s newest meeting place. Devoted to the moral, spiritual, and intellectual growth of residents, Farmwell Hall is named after the nineteenth-century Loudoun County log house of the same name.