Eulogies K-O

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

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...

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...

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...

Sonny Kim Shotokan Karate

Sensei Sonny Kim was Rokudan, 6th Degree Black Belt. He began his Shotokan Karate training in 1977. Sensei Kim was a dedicated instructor at his...

Vic Martinov Tang Soo Do

Victor Martinov July 29, 1936-June 2, 2015 22-year Santa Ynez Valley resident Victor “Vic” Martinov passed from this life to the next on June 2, 2015...

James Patrick Lacy Mew Hing’s 18 Daoist Palms

"My name is Michael Lacy, I'm James Lacy's eldest son. Last Saturday, a friend of fathers with the San Diego County sheriff's department came...

Michael Kinney Tang Soo Do

It is with a heavy heart that we share with you that Michael Kinney has passed away in his sleep. His indomitable spirit will...

Rip Pressure-Point Expert Ed Lake Dies

The martial arts community lost one of its leading exponents of pressure-point fighting, aka kyusho-jitsu, on September 28, 2014, when Ed Lake died of...

Clarence McGee: A Man Who Makes A Difference

Grand Master Clarence McGee was a student, an instructor of the martial arts, a promoter and educator, founder and owner of the Golden Dragon Martial...

Tai Chi Ch’aun with Mark Lord

I've found over the years that it’s hard to learn new things without at first admitting ignorance and preconceptions. Well, let me show you how...

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