Amy Greenwood stands next to a life-size cutout of herself. Amy is wearing a black t shirt saying "Black Lives Matter" with white pants. Her cutout is wearing a brown suit and a scarf.

In 2014, Amy Greenwood and her husband Glenn decided to relocate from Chicago to the Baltimore area to be closer to their daughter and grandchildren. They took the search for a retirement community seriously and did their research before settling on Riderwood, an Erickson Living-managed community in Silver Spring, Md. 

Eagle's Trace
Dick and Pamela stand together and smile. Dick is wearing a black button down and Pamela is wearing a blue top.

What a difference a year makes.

If Dick and Pamela Grant could talk to themselves from March 2019, they wouldn’t have believed the changes coming their way: a new home, a new lifestyle, a new community. 

And yet, looking back, they wouldn’t have it any other way.

Eagle's Trace
Jay stands next to the three tiered office cabinet he made. He is wearing a blue button down shirt, blue jeans, and is smiling.

When Jay and Karen Brooks moved to Eagle’s Trace, the Erickson Living-managed community in West Houston, they wanted to maximize the storage space in their one-bedroom Dawson-style apartment.

Cedar Crest
Members of Cedar Crest's model railroad club will tell you that sharing a passion for model trains builds strong friendships...and it's fun, too!

Tucked away in the basement of Cedar Crest, a thriving subculture meets to design and build an even smaller sub-village—a purpose-built railroad, complete with train yard, pickle works, and a town-n-country creamery. 

Cedar Crest
Joe Rosica is a member of the Resident Advisory Council.

Last fall, Cedar Crest held its annual Resident Advisory Council (RAC) election. The council acts as a liaison between community members and management to ensure clear communication—they are the voice of their neighbors. The RAC welcomed three members—some repeat members, others new to the position.

Sales Event Coordinator Brian Turnof is just one of the experts you’ll have an opportunity to meet when you attend an informative luncheon at Charlestown.

If you love good food, great company, and are curious if a continuing care retirement community is right for you, attending an informative complimentary lunch at Charlestown is an easy, pressure-free way to explore your options.

Charlestown Executive Director Clara Parker and Associate Executive Director Nathan Blumberg accept Top Workplaces awards on behalf of the community’s team of more than 1,200 employees.

Karen Parker wasn’t surprised to find that Charlestown made The Baltimore Sun’s 2019 Top Workplaces list. As Senior Human Resources Manager for the Catonsville-based community managed by Erickson Living, Parker knows first-hand what sets Charlestown apart.  

Brooksby Village
Cheryl Whittier, community resources coordinator, began her career at Brooksby Village 20 years ago this month.

It’s been 20 years since Cheryl Whittier began working at Brooksby Village, the Erickson Living-managed community in Peabody, Mass.

Brooksby Village
Nancy Marculewicz’ apartment at Brooksby Village is filled with artwork, both her own pieces and those of artist friends.

For Nancy Marculewicz, artistic endeavors have been a lifelong pursuit.

“Apparently, I told my parents at the ripe old age of eight that I was going to be an artist when I grew up,” says Nancy. “I followed my dream.”

Over the span of her career, Nancy’s body of work has included large serene acrylic paintings, monotypes, and intricate collages of coastal scenes.