On 5 June 2015, Liverpool High School (Nova Scotia) paid tribute to Signalman Phillip Crouse almost 50 years after his death as a member of the United Nations Emergency Force (UNEF) in Egypt. UNEF was established by United Nations General Assembly to secure an end to the Suez Crisis on November 7, 1956. Signalman Philip Crouse died in the performance of his duties on August 20, 1966 while serving with 56 Canadian Signal Squadron in the outpost of Sharm El Sheikh. He is buried in the Gaza War Cemetery near Gaza City, the resting place of 23 Canadians (including Corporal Emmanuel Oliver, RC Sigs died 9 Dec 1961) amongst the thousands of mostly Commonwealth soldiers and peacekeepers who died in the region.
On 5 June 2015, Anita Hyatt, mother of Signalman Crouse and area Silver Cross mother, unveiled a plaque at the Liverpool High School attended by her son. She was joined by LCol Dale Warner, CO 36 Signal Regiment and Bill Murphy, retired member of The Royal Canadian Corps of Signals who helped organize the ceremony. Other former members of the Corps and colleagues of Signalman Crouse who attended the ceremony included Dave Elliot, Carl Amirault, Gene Williams, Allen Hopkins, and Ted Symonds.
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