Executive Insight with Mark Embley

By Mark Embley Director, Finance From March 3 – 5, the leadership members of all communities managed by Erickson Living will gather in Baltimore for the Erickson Annual Meeting. I look forward with great eagerness to get together, connect, strengthen relationships, and learn about where we’re evolving as a company. There’s a strong focus on…

On Board with Pat Davis

By Pat Davis Director Living in Community, Riderwood Board of Directors As you learned recently, Riderwood has a new Chair for our Board of Directors. Former Chair Jim Anders is well known to staff and residents from his long service to the community. Jim first became involved with the Erickson enterprise many years ago when…

Greetings from Administration

By Gary Hibbs Executive Director Author Jean Hersey said, “In March winter is holding back and spring is pulling forward. Something holds, and something pulls inside of us too.” I like that…in March we feel a bit of the hangover of the cold of winter yet the hope of spring, a new day, is with…

Conversation with Administration Recap – January 2019

By Mickey Thaxton Associate Executive Director Please come and join the next “Conversation with Administration” at 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, January 17, in Montgomery Station Maryland Hall.     These monthly conversations provide an opportunity for residents to share concerns and receive feedback. They also help Administration understand what we can do to improve service…

Conversation with Administration- October 2018

By Mickey Thaxton, Associate Executive Director Please come and join the next “Conversation with Administration” at 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, December 20, in Lakeside Commons Encore Theater. These monthly conversations provide an opportunity for residents to share concerns and receive feedback. They also help Administration understand what we can do to improve service to residents. Transcripts of…

On Board with Pat Davis

By Pat Davis Director in Residence, Riderwood Board of Directors New Riderwood residents have trouble getting used to not tipping. After being served a meal or driven to the airport or having a repair in your apartment, it’s almost a reflex to reach for your wallet. It takes time to remember that Riderwood has a…