Cedar Crest
Personal Moving Consultant Anne Connor meets with prospective residents in their house, armed with a magnetic floor plan of their new apartment home at Cedar Crest. She tours the house and sees which existing furniture pieces they want to bring with them.

There’s a reason why most people who move to Cedar Crest say it’s the easiest move they’ve ever made. They have a secret weapon. Personal Moving Consultant Anne Connor provides personalized assistance to help make the load—and the experience—a lot lighter. 

Eagle's Trace
Neighbors who live on the second floor of the newly opened Galveston Crossing residence building at Eagle’s Trace recently gathered for a block party.

Linda Carlson had her plans for the future mapped out for some time.

“I’ve known about Eagle’s Trace since it opened [in 2005],” says Linda, who sold her house of 37 years last July and moved to the West Houston community. “When I was ready for a change, this was the place.”

Eagle's Trace
Original apartment homes at Eagle’s Trace get a fresh look with new flooring, paint, and high-end finishes.

A lot has changed at Eagle’s Trace over the past year.

The West Houston community opened its sixth residence building, Galveston Crossing, last July and welcomed 196 new residents in 2018.

Eagle's Trace
(Top row, from left) Ingrid Bezman, John Bowser, and Pat Osborne. (Bottom row, from left) Angela Cinque and Lois Tatum, chairperson.

Lois Tatum can’t help but think of all the ways her life has changed since she moved to Eagle’s Trace, the Erickson Living community in West Houston.

Fox Run
Fox Run community members don’t have to leave campus to exercise or go about their daily activities. Everything’s right on site.

Doris Brafford has always enjoyed exercising in water. In fact, she began teaching aqua gym classes at the local YMCA back in 1962. Over the years, she taught similar classes at other facilities, including those for fellow snowbirds in Gulf Shores, Ala., where Doris and her late husband used to spend the winters. 

Fox Run
Sales Director Allison Murphy and her sales staff meet with people every day who want to learn more about CCRCs and the costs and benefits associated with a move to Fox Run.

When choosing a continuing care retirement community (CCRC), there are many things to consider—location, amenities, and neighbors, to name of a few. One of the most important factors is the cost and the fee structure. 

Lauren Askey is a 12-year veteran at Greenspring and recently joined Anna Greves as the community’s second personal moving consultant to meet the needs of people moving to the community each year.

Named as one of Washingtonian’s best retirement communities with an industry-leading occupancy rate of over 98%, Greenspring, the Erickson Living community in Springfield, Va., recently announced the addition of a second personal moving consultant to meet the needs of the large number of people moving to the community each year.

The 2019 Greenspring Resident Council: (seated, left) Doug Franklin, Vice President Terence Kuch, President Betty Christman, and Secretary Peggy Kellers. (Standing) Phil DeVore, Deanna DeMember, David Kaiser, Betty Griffin, Chuck Harding, and Ivan Ives.

Representing the interests of the more than 1,900 people living at Greenspring, the Resident Council serves as the community’s voice in discussions with management and staff.

Highland Springs
In this image from the photo shoot at Highland Springs, Joel and Peachy Gamboa walk around the community’s Bluebonnet Lake.

Peachy Gamboa hasn’t often ventured into the world of professional modeling.