Fonds 2017.49 - Nolan Crouse fonds

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Nolan Crouse fonds

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CA MHM 2017.49

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  • 1981, 2002-2017 (Creation)
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    Crouse, Nolan

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16 cm of textual and other materials.

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(24 Nov 1953 -)

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Nolan Crouse was born on 24 Nov 1953 in Viking, Alberta, to Lois and Aaron Crouse. He attended Irma High School and received a Masters of Business Administration from Cape Breton University.

After his post-secondary education, he spent 30 years in management and executive roles within the Forest Products industry in Slave Lake, Grande Prairie, Edmonton and Pennsylvania (USA). Crouse held these leadership roles with Procter and Gamble, West Fraser Timber and Alberta Energy Company (EnCana), followed by several years as a small business owner of a sawmill and wood packaging manufacturing plant employing 30 staff in west Edmonton. Crouse also was the co-founder of the Grande Prairie Indoor Ice Society, an organization that raised funds for the Canada Games Arena that hosted the 1995 Canada Winter Games. Crouse is also a former hockey coach for Fort Saskatchewan Traders, Brooks Bandits, and St. Albert Merchants.

In 2004, Crouse ran for office and was elected to the St. Albert City Council. He then served three consecutive terms as Mayor of St. Albert from 2007-2017. Crouse also served as the chair of the Capital Region Board (CRB) and the chair of the CRB's Transit Committee.

Crouse is a past recipient of the prestigious Pulp and Paper John Bates award, was awarded a “Key to the City” in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania, received the Rotary Paul Harris Award and was recipient of the Queen’s Jubilee Silver Medallion.

Crouse is married to Gwen (m. 1975) and they have three children: Curtis (b. 1977), Celina (b. 1979), and Dalen (b. 1985).

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Fonds consists of records pertaining to Nolan Crouse's time in office as Mayor of St. Albert. Records include speaking notes and presentations, photographs, reports., monthly and daily schedule, and newspaper clippings.

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Transferred from the City of St. Albert by Nolan Crouse.

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  • English

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For a detailed description of files, visit the Musée Héritage Museum's archival database: https://archives.museeheritage.ca/nolan-crouse-fonds

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