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Cedar Crest
Sales Counselors Kate Tanis (pictured here) can help you plan a personal tour of Cedar Crest that is exactly that—personal.

After hearing rave reviews of Erickson Living communities from a friend, Walter and Anja Bogaerts scheduled personal tours of several on the East Coast to discover the lifestyle for themselves. 

Ann's Choice
A remote-controlled airplane piloted by Silent Flyers Club President Herman Birnbaum flies over the club’s new runway at Ann’s Choice.

Before Erickson Living bought 103 acres in Bucks County, Pa., and built Ann’s Choice, one of 19 senior living retirement communities managed by the company, the land was part of the Johnsville Naval Air Development Center. And before that, it was a WWII aircraft factory.

Ann's Choice
Ann’s Choice residents Merilyn and Ken Kastle love their Jackson floor plan

After touring several apartment styles at Ann’s Choice, Erickson Living’s senior living community in Bucks County, Pa., priority list members Merilyn and Ken Kastle found themselves drawn to the Jackson floor plan, a large two-bedroom, two-bath, corner apartment home.

Devonshire
Howard and Mona Osterman are enjoying life to the fullest at Devonshire at PGA National.

In 2017, Mona Osterman decided she was eager to change her lifestyle. She had grown tired of the responsibility of homeownership and was ready for more social yet maintenance-free living.

Devonshire
Women and men aquasize in the luxurious Devonshire pool.

It’s Saturday morning at Devonshire at PGA National and fun is in the air! In fact, there are so many activities available on the weekends that it’s hard to decide what to do first. 

Eagle's Trace
Philip and Carol Peter moved to Eagle’s Trace after their Meyerland house flooded during Hurricane Harvey. The couple was able to save their semi-concert grand piano, which they donated to Eagle’s Trace.

One year after Hurricane Harvey flooded Philip and Carol Peter’s home in Meyerland, Tex., the couple is finally settled in their new apartment at Eagle’s Trace in West Houston.

Eagle's Trace
Edie Hedman (center) is with Joshua Chang (left), director of finance, and Michael McKissack (right), director of general services. Hedman moved to Eagle’s Trace on the day the West Houston community hosted an All-Star party in the newly opened Lafitte’s

People who live at Eagle’s Trace have a new option when it comes to dining venues at the West Houston community.

Lafitte’s Pub, located in the Galveston Crossing residence building, is now open for lunch and dinner. A casual, full-service eatery, Lafitte’s offers a full bar with two draft beers and a menu of resident-inspired favorites.

Greenspring
Professional artist Gwen Lockhart displays her sculptures while also demonstrating for guests how to shape clay.

French artist Edgar Degas once remarked, “art is not what you see but what you make others see.” 

Greenspring
Fran Duvall says the past 15 years she has lived at Greenspring have flown by because of all the friends and activities she enjoys on a daily basis.

Each day, Greenspring fulfills its motto, “sharing our gifts to create a community that celebrates life.” Next month, the Erickson Living community in Springfield, Va., will recognize its twentieth anniversary with a full week of celebrations in honor of this important milestone.