Deputy Robert Lundy


Deputy Robert Lundy


Deputy Robert Lundy was wounded in the line of duty when a gunman opened fire at a Perry car dealership.

On February 5, 2014,  just before 10:30 a.m., a gunman crashed a vehicle into the front of the Ford dealership in Perry,FL, exited the vehicle, and began shooting.

Taylor County Sheriff’s Deputy Robert Lundy was in the dealership having his car serviced and immediately responded. Gunfire was exchanged and the gunman was killed. Deputy Lundy and two civilians were shot and are recovering at local hospitals while three additional victims suffered minor injuries.

“The selfless actions of this deputy saved many lives today,” said Taylor County Sheriff L.E. “Bummy” Williams. “The safety of the citizens of Taylor County is our main concern, and Deputy Lundy was willing to risk his own life today to save others. I am proud of his bravery and his heroism

is to be commended. Deputy Lundy, his family and the victims are in my prayers.”


Thanks to all of you who donated to TEAM LUNDY during the Fiddler Crab Festival.  For those of you who still want to contribute to the Lundy family, we are taking donations at the Sea Hag.  Look for the boot!  If you want to send in a donation please make the check out to Kelly Lundy and mail it to: Sea Hag Marina, 322 Riverside Dr, Steinhatchee, FL 32359.   Thanks again for all the wonderful support.

100% of your donations will go to the family of Deputy Lundy.

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