Crouch won the same award in 2004 when he was the creative director for Bloor Street Entertains, a fundraiser for the Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research attended by the who’s who of Canada, including members of the Weston and McCain families.
“It was great for me to be a part of such a glamorous gala and a great experience for me. I am very particular. In 2004 when we won the event, the National Post did an article and mentioned Jaime Crouch and his attention to detail right down the silver sequin cushions.”
Life hasn’t been easy for Crouch, partly because he has never hid his homosexuality.
Born the youngest of five children, he started playing hockey as a boy. When he stopped playing hockey and took up roller skating, his way and life…