Eulogies A-E

Eulogies A-E are USAdojo.com's eulogies for martial artists who have passed away whose last name begins with A through E.

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...

Teruo Chinen Okinawan Goju Ryu Karate

Sensei Teruo Chinen began his training in Goju Ryu karate in 1951 directly under the tutelage of Chojun Miyagi Sensei. In 1953, upon the...

Ronnie Colwell Karate-do and Ju Jutsu

The Warrior Today has been a long, sad, difficult but inevitable day. At just before 9pm on Friday evening (January 27, 2015), my dad, mentor,...

Pierre Bergere of Uyba Karate

Mr. Pierre Bergere was born on December 31, 1932. He began his martial arts training in 1946 under Uyba Karate Grandmaster Shan Niles and...

Paul Eng Kung Fu

Born in Hong Kong in 1941, Paul Eng began studying Kungfu at age 6 and has been teaching it since 1960. He has studied...

Dave Carnell, Teacher, Student, Author, Friend

Dave Carnell was the owner and director of Impact Martial Arts Academy. He was regular contributor to Martial Arts Illustrated magazine and was the...

Iso Aisu Kenjutsu

Iso Aisu was a Japanese kenjutsu master and the founder of Aisu-kuge-ryu who was born in 1452 and died in 1538.

Laura Eskandarion American Kenpo Karate

It is with a very sad heart that we share with you that Laura Eskandarion of LB School of Self Defense has passed away. Laura...

Roland Dantes Interview Part 1

KSW. Roland, how long have you been involved in Arnis and what inspired you? R.D. Well, the living legend here with us, Remy Presas, was...

Roland Dantes Interview Part 2

KSW. Just to get a better understanding of your foundation, let’s touch briefly on your physical education training and how that led to you...

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