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Passing of Roger Sperry on January 4, 2021

Roger loved the outdoor sports; he was an avid fisherman and a pistol and rifle competitor.
He was a life member in the NRA and the Connecticut Rifle and Revolver Association. He also was a member of the Telephone Pistol Team, East Windsor Sportsmen Club, Inc., MSI (Metropolitan Shooters Inc. Range), Metropolitan League of Hartford where was the Chief Range Officer, Wethersfield Fish & Game Club, and the Army & Navy Club of Manchester.

Roger ran the East Windsor Summer League for over 25 years that helped in keeping the indoor shooters skill going all summer long.

Roger for more 20 years made the long trip out to Camp Perry Ohio where the National Pistol Championship competition takes place (which is the world series of pistol shooting). He was a member of the Connecticut pistol team shooting in the Expert class. But those of you that knew Roger well, being right next to Lake Erie, he would not only bring all his guns but bring all his fishing gear.

Roger was the right-hand man to the Connecticut Pistol Director helping in calling the State matches both indoor and outdoor.

Roger was very knowable on many different firearms from his training in the Marine, and was able to do some minor gun repairs on competitor’s model 1911 .45’s.

Roger without a doubt is going to be missed by all that knew him.