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Articles and Eulogies on USAdojo.com for martial artists who have passed.

Aloha Spirit Master – A Tribute Poem to Ed Parker Senior

Michael S. Fuchs wrote a poem about Senior Grandmaster Ed Parker Sr and asked Senior Ed Parker Jr. to give him a picture to...

Bob Orlando Chinese Kuntao

A resident of Denver, Colorado, and a computer professional for nearly 4 decades, Bob Orlando was introduced to the martial arts while on active...

Bob Chaney Tae Kwon Do and Muay Thai

Tae Kwon Do Rank and Background Bob Chaney trained in the Martial Arts for over 43 years. He was promoted, with Chuck Norris and Bob...

Clarence Tai Lee

Grandmaster Clarence Tai Lee is a Twentieth Century Legend in the Martial Arts. He had his first boxing lesson around 1940 at the age...

Tom Silluzio AKT Combatives

Martial artist Gaetano Tom Silluzio, 56, of Olean, NY passed away peacefully at his home on Monday, February 22, 2016, after a lengthy and...

Steve Fisher Shorin-ryu Karate

Born on February 14, 1953 in Los Angeles, California, Steve Fisher spent much of his childhood attempting to conquer the trumpet, guitar, and drums,...

Lucky Luciano Kajukempo

Senior Grandmaster Lucky Luciano was born in the state of Hawaii. He started his career in the martial arts at the age of 4...

Cacoy Canete Doce Pares Eskrima Club

The legendary Cacoy Canete of Cebu Philippines was a prominent, internationally known martial artist who traveled the globe to share, teach and demonstrate his...

James Toney of the Blood and Guts Era of Karate

Martial artist James Toney began a lifetime of involvement in the martial arts in 1964 when he signed up for Tae Kwon Do classes...

Teruo Chinen: An Ancient Man in a Modern World

As the Arizona night descended around us in a blanket of warm desert hues, the yellow light from a kerosene yard lantern danced across...

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