Roy E. Sword, FCA #1 (1943-2016)

(9/11/2016) It is with great sadness that we have to announce the death of our dear friend Roy E. Sword. Roy founded the Falcon Club of America (FCA) in Arkansas in 1979 to band together owners of the Ford Falcon. He once stated that he hoped the club would have forty or fifty members. Nearly forty years and thousands of members later, this club continues to thrive and has fostered countless lasting friendships.

Each of us not only grieves at the passing of a tremendous individual but also for the loss his family suffers. Our hearts and prayers go out to them. He will be sorely missed.

Roy E. Sword, FCA #1 (1943-2016)

The Falcon Club of America (FCA)

is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the FALCON and FALCON RANCHERO automobiles built by the Ford Motor Company from 1960 to 1970. FCA was founded in 1979 and has thousands of members world-wide. For $30 a year ($35 in U.S. funds for International North America Membership, $45 in U.S. funds for International Off Shore Membership), members receive a color monthly magazine with tips, articles about the FCA and Falcon-related events, as well as an extensive classified section. The club also organizes regional chapters and events, a club store, and other member benefits.

- - Falcon Club of America - - President's Message - Cliff McKay

38th FCA National Meet : Sacramento, CA - July 12-16, 2017

The National Falcon News Magazine : September 2016