Roy Stone and his brother Reg were considered the “Curling Ambassadors of BC” throughout Canada because of their good sportsmanship and gentlemanly conduct. With Reg as skip and Roy as second or third, the pair competed at the local, regional, and national level. Both brothers were elected to the Canadian Curling Hall of Fame in 1974.

With brother Reg, Roy was a member of seven BC championship-winning rinks and placed no lower than fourth in the Canadian championships six times between 1945 and 1962. Roy skipped the Stone rink with brother Reg to the BC title for five consecutive years from 1977-81 in the over-sixty provincial playdowns.

Roy was a member of rinks in many Western Canadian bonspiels. They took second place in the Edmonton Car Bonspiel in 1955 and first place at Saskatoon in 1956.

Roy represented Canada at the 1973 Canadian seniors championships for the Seagram Stone.

Both Roy and Reg have also had outstanding careers as professional golfers and were instrumental in designing several golf courses at Christina Lake, Salmo, Castlegar, Nakusp, Winlaw and Elkford.