Guy was the first son born to Gesine and Ernie Stone in Kimberley, BC. During 1958 the family moved to Cranbrook, where they purchased and ran Stone’s Motel prior to acquiring land and starting the Mount Baker Arabian Ranch. Guy and his brother raised, trained and showed Arabian horses together. Guy graduated from Mount Baker Secondary School in 1963. He attended Grade 13 in Cranbrook prior to moving to the U.S. to attend college and later university in Idaho and Washington. Guy spend the summer of 1966 in California with his brother, where they trained and received their certificates as Ferriers. Guy’s first ambition was to be a Veterinarian, but limited foreign student entry in that specific program resulted in him graduating with a Degree in Pharmacy from Washington Stage University in 1975, working his whole career in Washington state. Guy retired, moving to Arizona in 2005. His leisure time was spent, as much as possible, outdoors. He loved camping, snowmobiling, boating, country and 50/60’s music, cutting firewood, his Arabians, and pampering his Westies.
A memorial service was held March 20 in Cave Creek, Arizona. He is survived by his wife Nora, and will be deeply missed by brother Darrel and wife Diane.