Welcome to the Lake County IDPA Club
The Lake County IDPA Club was established in April, 2012 and is an official IDPA club. We are located at the Eustis Gun Club, 12950 Frankies Road, Tavares, FL. 32778. Additional information about the Eustis Gun Club can be found here.
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Saturday, Feb 2nd
ALL DIVISION CLASSIFIER
GENERAL REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN
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Our Feb 2nd match will be a full classifier and will INCLUDE pistol, carry optics and PCC classifiers with the opportunity to shoot more than one. Will run two sessions like we have in the past – one a 9AM and one at 11AM. This is a great opportunity to break out your new gear and get classified for the year! Nice to get all the PCC guys ‘officially’ classified and with the Tri-State Border Disorder Match coming up in March, we can get our CO shooters classified prior to the match. Stay tuned for more info.
It is with a sad heart that I inform you that Roy Bejsovec, our beloved Match Director, passed away on Jan 11th. Roy suffered an aortic rupture on New Year’s Eve and had emergency surgery to save his life. He never recovered. The Funeral for Roy is Friday the 18th at 11AM, St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church, 4001 Edgewater Dr., Orlando.
In Remembrance of Roy…
Some of our IDPA members knew Roy well, and some of of us only knew him by sight. Our Lake County IDPA Board would like to share with you some thoughts of Roy and some things you may not know about our dear friend.
Roy was much more than just our Match Director. Roy naturally commanded the respect of his peers in all that he did. He personified what a great leader possesses; the natural ability to lead, but also a heart to serve. Roy was indeed a true “Servant / Leader.”. Often times I would ask Roy “how are you doing today?” His usual response was “Happy to be here, proud to serve.”
Roy indeed served and lead. He served our nation – starting out in the U.S. Navy as a Machinist Mate, he Retired a Lieutenant Commander. He served our community – starting out with Duke Energy as a Combustion Turbine Technician, advanced to the position of Project Manager. Remembering Roy as a fledgling IDPA competitor, it did not take him long to once again step up to the plate, say “yes” to serve again, and take on the position of Match Director when needed.
Another great attribute of leadership Roy possessed, was that he was always humble. He never exhibited pride or arrogance in leading, but always in a humble and happy spirit, lead our group with determination in the true grace of a gentleman.
Roy was also a man of faith. Roy was a family man that served his dear wife Larraine for 36 years, as well as his children. For those of us that knew Roy personally, it was not only an honor, but a true blessing to rub shoulders with such a man as he, and to be able to call him “friend.”
We have lost more than a Match Director. We have lost a comrade, a patriot, and a true friend. In every sense of the word, Roy was indeed a gentleman and a man’s man.
At our March IDPA match, we will be recognizing Roy with a short ceremony before we start slinging lead down range. As we get the information on his funeral service, we will pass that on to our members for those that can attend. Roy attended church at St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church on Edgewater in Orlando.
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