Eagle's Trace
Visitors to Eagle’s Trace recently had the opportunity to ask residents questions about downsizing, moving, and the lifestyle they enjoy at the West Houston community. The resident panel included (from left) Noel Thomas, Marilyn Black, and Bob Aldridge.

When it comes to learning more about the lifestyle at Eagle’s Trace, there’s no better resource than the people who live at the West Houston Erickson Living community.

That’s why the sales team recently hosted a luncheon for interested guests to learn more about Eagle’s Trace from the residents themselves.

Eagle's Trace
Icons from the MyErickson app

People who live at Eagle’s Trace now have one more way to stay connected.

The Erickson Living community in West Houston launched a new app, MyErickson, in January 2018.

Available for download on Google Play and iTunes, residents can access the free app on tablets, laptops, or personal computers.

Devonshire Sales Counselor Maria Littleworth.

Maria Littleworth, who joined the sales staff at Devonshire at PGA National as a sales counselor late last year, brought with her seven years of experience in senior living, most recently at La Posada.

The sunroom of Marita Sedlak’s apartment home makes a comfortable nook for reading or relaxing with Buddy.

Marita Sedlak has Hurricane Matthew to blame for her move from a large and luxurious condominium apartment that stretched from the ocean to the Intercoastal on Jupiter Island.

But she also has Matthew to thank: It led her to Devonshire at PGA National, Erickson Living’s resort-style senior living community in Palm Beach Gardens where she now lives.

Interior designer Linda Ashley designed the interiors of Devonshire’s newly remodeled Jefferson and Imperial model apartments.

The Jefferson and the Imperial model apartment styles at Devonshire at PGA National, Erickson Living’s senior living community in Palm Beach Gardens, have undergone impressive facelifts to reflect today’s most desired trends in home design.

The models will soon be available for visitors to tour.

Cedar Crest
Helen Buckley holds one of her two cats, Fiona, a female tuxedo cat.

What are your pets' names?

Fiona is the female, and Tiger is the male.

What kind of pets are they?

Fiona is a tuxedo cat, and Tiger is a brown mackerel tabby.

Describe the day you got your pets.

Cedar Crest
Travelers will take in breathtaking view of the Shenandoah Valley in springtime from Skyline Drive.

If you enjoy history, art, stunning scenery, or all of the above, there’s one club you’ll definitely want to join when you move to Cedar Crest.

Cedar Crest
Cedar Crest resident Pat Thaler is a member of Senior Women Achieving Together.

What do you get when retired or semi-retired professional women get together? Support, friendship, knowledge, and a deeply rooted mission to inspire a younger generation of learners.

Charlestown resident Dayle Dawes shared her collection of dollhouse miniatures at the community’s Collector’s Showcase.

Although Emma Schramm no longer spends her days picking strawberries on her family farm, she does keep a collection of more than 750 picker’s checks— small metal tokens farm workers used to note the number of crops they picked, which were exchanged for payment—as mementos of life on the farm.