CPCA Honourary Life Members
1984 Inductee

Ray Croy - Saskatchewan

  • Ray began attending Canadian Championships in 1965.

  • 1972 attended the first Rothman's Police Curling Championship in Hamilton representing Saskatchewan.

  • 1973 won a Canadian Police Championship as third for Saskatchewan in Winnipeg on the Dick Tincher rink.

  • 1975 represented Alberta in Regina as a Skip and went on to win the first "Dick Tincher Memorial Shield"

  • 1976 represented Alberta in Montreal as a Skip.

  • 1978 was elected 2nd Vice President of the CPCA in Moncton.

  • 1979 was the host Chairman of the Canadian Championships in Edmonton and elected as the 1st Vice President of the CPCA.

  • 1980 became the President of the Canadian Police Curling Association and founded the current regional coordinators positions, something that has kept the Association strong today.

  • 1981 represented Alberta in Dawson Creek and remained President.

  • 1982 and 1983 remained CPCA President.

  • 1984 on March 24 was awarded and Honorary Life Membership in the Canadian Police Curling Association in Winnipeg.