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Fist_Only_Transparent_LOGOC97B1_2Hwang Kee's Moo Duk Kwan® martial art school's public identity and reputation are highly regarded by many practitioners worldwide.

One of the most widely recognized marks of the Moo Duk Kwan® school used by authorized instructors and students to denote their affiliation is the fist logo adopted by Founder Hwang Kee.
Learn more about the history of this legendary and iconic image:
Unfortunately, there are sometimes unscrupulous, unauthorized individuals who use the Moo Duk Kwan® reputation and identity for their own advantage and in doing so misrepresent themselves and their services to the general public. These acts are illegal and can result in arrests, court ordered injunctions and monetary judgments against infringers.
These “Joe Cola” incidents may occur from  ignorance and/or from the malovence of unlicensed instructors or practitioners seeking to capitalize on the Moo Duk Kwan® global identity and reputation earned since 1945.
The World Moo Duk Kwan and its legitimately authorized entities work tirelessly to actively protect the unique public identity of the Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan martial art system.

=== Trademarks ===
Moo Duk KwanUnited States Patent and Trademark Office 3,023,145 and “the fist logoUnited States Patent and Trademark Office 1,446,944 and 3,119,287 are federally registered trademarks of the U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation.

=== Service Marks ===
Soo Bahk DoUnited States Patent and Trademark Office 3,103,190 and the “Soo Bahk Do logoUnited States Patent and Trademark Office 1,811,174 are federally registered service marks of the U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation.

If you have been told that you are training in, or certified in, Moo Duk Kwan and are not currently affiliated with a legitimately authorized World Moo Duk Kwan entity (search them here) please contact us for information about how you can become a member.  email: headquarters@soobahkdo.com
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Phil Duncan serves as the Executive Administrator of the U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation® providing and coordinating support services for the U.S. Federation Board, the Kwan Jang Nim, the U.S. Technical Advisory Committee, U.S. Regional Officials, U.S. Members, the Board Directors of the charitable non-profit U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan FOUNDATION and the World Moo Duk Kwan. He can be contacted at National Member Headquarters or philduncan@soobahkdo.com or (888) SOO-BAHK

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The World Moo Duk Kwan Proudly Remembers Master Alfonso Jesse, Dan Bon #19747
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Posted by on Nov 17, 2020 in Memorials, Moo Duk Kwan School | 0 comments

The World Moo Duk Kwan Proudly Remembers Master Alfonso Jesse, Dan Bon #19747World Moo Duk Kwan Panama
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Master Alfonso Jesse, Dan Bon #19747

With Great Sadness, we have lost another Tang Soo Do (Soo Bahk Do) dedicated practitioner just this afternoon. I was notified by Mr. Geovani Ernesto Padilla Arauz, our current representative in Panama for the World Moo Duk Kwan; that his instructor, Master Alfonso Jesse, Dan Bon 19747, has passed away from terminal cancer.

While he was not known to many of us, he was a very early pioneer of Tang Soo Do (Soo Bahk Do) in Panama, and was a student of Prospero Ellis Sa Bom Nim, who initially brought the Tang Soo Do (Soo Bahk Do) Moo Duk Kwan to Panama during his tour of duty with the US Army.

His teacher was C.S. Kim Sa Bom Nim, an instructor at Osan Air Force Base, Korea. Mr. Jesse was also my instructor during my military tour in Panama from '83 -'89. Mr. Padilla was also a student of Mr Jesse, who taught him since he was age 11, up to his Cho Dan testing.

Prospero Ellis Sa Bom Nim with the Founder at Osan AB, Korea.

Master Alfonso Jesse

Master Jesse doing a edan yup podo cha gi

Sa Bom Nim Ellis in the center of his Tang Soo Do Class at Fort Clayton, US Army Base, Panama City, Panama. Master Jesse is to his left.

Mr. Jesse taught us on Fort Kobbe Army Base for several years, including the turbulent years of the Noriega Regime. Mr Jesse also trained three of my co-workers, and a dependent wife, from white up to their Cho Dan Testing. Mr. and Mrs. Rick and Lisa Marie Ortiz, and Gilberto Garcia.

At the time of this notification, I haven't received any information on funeral arrangement yet. Master Jesse was a very motivated and inspiring instructor of Tang Soo Do (Soo Bahk Do) Moo Duk Kwan.

Rest in Peace, My Friend, Teacher, and a role model for many in Panama City, Panama. Tang Soo!

Added information:  Master Jesse was buried in Panama City, on Thursday, Nov 12, 2020.  His family had requested that former students and martial art friends wear their Do Boks to his memorial and burial.  Mr. Padilla, provided an Official Letter of Condolences (a Panamanian tradition) to the family on behalf of Hyul Chul Hwang, Kwan Jang Nim of the World Moo Duk Kwan. 

Letter of Condolences

Many thanks to Mr. Geovani Ernesto Padilla Arauz, for providing the photos and videos for this memorial.

 

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World Moo Duk Kwan® Proudly Remembers Mr. Gerald (Jerry) Taylor Dan bon #10188

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World Moo Duk Kwan® Proudly Remembers Mr. Gerald (Jerry) Taylor Dan bon #10188
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UNTIMELY PASSING OF A GREAT INSTRUCTOR

 Mr. Gerald (Jerry) Taylor, Dan Bon 10188

12-5-1945  –  10-8-2020

With great sorrow, we regret to inform all the passing of Jerry Taylor. Jerry made his Dan Bon # 10188 in 1966. He was the third recipient of a Black Belt from Chuck Norris. He taught hundreds of students at the Redondo Beach, California, Norris Studio. Many of his students went on to become exceptional tournament fighters, and instructors of Tang Soo Do. Jerry’s superior communication skills inspired many students to excel.

Jerry had a successful twenty-seven-year career at the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department where he retired as a Sergeant.

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He is survived by his wife Detta, daughter Dawson, and three grandchildren, Hannah, Stone, and Nautis.

Memorial Services are scheduled for November 8, 2020, 2:00pm, at Talking Rock Ranch (golf club), 15075 Talking Ranch Road, Prescott, AZ 86305.

-Master Darrell Garcia

 

The Kwan Jang Nim's remarks to the Family of Terry Taylor:

On behalf of Moo Duk Kwan members and alumnus worldwide, please accept our condolences for this loss to the Taylor family.

Jerry has an important place in Moo Duk Kwan history and I regret being unable to attend the celebration of his life due to scheduling conflicts with proceedings of the Moo Duk Kwan 75th Anniversary Nov 6-9, 2020

One purpose of the 75th Anniversary event is to remember our history and celebrate early practitioners like Jerry, who inspired generations of students during the 1960s and 70s with hopes and dreams even as the Moo Duk Kwan in Korea was under tremendous pressure by the military government and Tae Kwon Do movement there. Jerry’s courage as a Moo Duk Kwan alumnus and his example along with those of many other alumnus helped forge a home in the United States for the Moo Duk Kwan. For that I express my sincere gratitude.

A half century has passed since that time and I am saddened today when I observe a younger generation who is unaware of the many contributions of early Moo Duk Kwan alumnus like Jerry and how they helped shape the Moo Duk Kwan of today.

Many great moments in our history deserve to be remembered, memorialized, celebrated and passed on for awareness and education of future generations so the new generation can take pride in their history and the accomplishments of those who came before them and paved the way for them. Jerry’s passing is a moment to be memorialized.

My most important mission has become to help assure that future generations of Moo Duk Kwan alumnus acknowledge our history and remember where they came from, remember who paved the way for them and to assure they appreciate where they are today through ongoing Moo Do education among all Moo Duk Kwan members.

Jerry’s passing is unfortunate, but he and other early alumnus will be remembered through the World Moo Duk Kwan Heritage Program (2018) and the history they helped shape will be shared with future younger generations through the Youth Leader Program (2016). Both programs focus on “Honoring our Past, Building the next generation”.  It is my hope that these programs will ensure that Jerry and other Moo Duk Kwan alumnus will be remembered along with the history they helped create with Founder Hwang Kee, thus providing future generations with a rich foundation of Moo Duk Kwan culture.

November 9, is the exact day the Moo Duk Kwan school founding in Korea 75 years ago.  Jerry and many others of his generation have helped make this historic day possible and while he  will be with us in spirit, others are welcome to continue celebrating the history he and other alumnus helped create by joining in the proceedings.

May the spirit of thousands of fellow Moo Duk Kwan members support the Taylor family in this difficult time.

In Moo Duk Kwan,

HC Hwang

A Memory Shared:

First Tang Soo Do Testing in California 1965

In an exchange agreement between the U.S. and the Korean military, Master Jong Hyong Lee was stationed in San Diego in 1965. While there he contacted Mariano Estioko and Chuck Norris and re-connected them with Kwan Jang Nim Hwang Kee and the Moo Duk Kwan. As a result of this, the first Tang Soo Do Dan testing in California was held in 1966 at Chuck Norris’s dojang in Torrance, California.

Grandmaster Estioko was promoted to 2nd Dan and Chuck Norris to 3rd Dan at that time (although Estioko was actually Norris’s senior but did not have the opportunity to be tested since leaving Korea).

The Dan testing that day, which was very comprehensive and extremely physically taxing, lasted for over 12 hours. Approximately 12 individuals actually tested for Cho Dan at that testing but only Andy Ah Po (Dan Bon #10187), Gerald Taylor (Dan Bon #10188), and Vic Martinov (Dan Bon #10189) were promoted to Cho Dan at that time. Willie Norris (Chuck’s younger brother who was later killed in Vietnam) also tested that day but was not promoted to Cho Dan until a few months later.

From Master Darrell Garcia:

Jerry Taylor 1971 standing next to Vic Martinov:

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World Moo Duk Kwan Proudly Remembers Kendall Jenkins, Sa Bom Nim, Dan Bon #14209

Posted by on Mar 2, 2020 in Memorials, Moo Duk Kwan School | 0 comments

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From Region 5 Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan

Sad news to report. This was sent by Sa Bom Nim Kendall Jenkins’ daughter 2 days ago:Hello Family and Friends. I felt that it was time to let you all know the journey my dad is currently on now. He was diagnosed with a very aggressive small cell lung cancer. His health is slowly deteriorating. We are still trying to get some tests done to see exactly where it has metasticized. My dad has a great legacy and has touched so many lives and has a lot of friends. I'm sure a visit, or letter would cheer him up greatly. Prayers are always welcomed. We are all very saddened by this news but are staying strong for him. We love you Slick 50.

Sharon Jenkins
Addendum:
Last evening we received news he had been taken by ambulance to the hospital.

It is with great sadness we share that Sa Bom Nim Kendall Jenkins ( Dan Bon 14209, student of Sa Bom Nim Russ Hanke) has passed away. 10/26/41 – 3/1/2020 He was a Region 4 Examiner and an important part of the history in R4. We know Sa Bom Nim Hanke , is waiting to greet him. ❣️💔

Here is a previous article contribution by Sa Bom Kendall Jenkins from Midnight Stories, 1993.

Our first contribution to midnight stories comes from Kendall Jenkins, Dan Bon #14209,  Thanks Sa Bom Nim.

Midnight Story of  Sa Bom Nim Russell D. Hanke

1960–1970

He began his training in 1960 under Mr. Dale Drouillard, Dan Bon #757. During this time he has trained in many different martial arts and was Michigan's leading authority on Oriental and Asian non-projectile weapons and he has displayed in his do jang one of the most impressive weapons display in existence, before he would display a weapon he would research it's applications and practice with it until he became proficient. In 1968 he invented a new type of Police weapon called the “Nutcracker Flails”, with this weapon he went on to teach over 100 police departments throughout Michigan his system of CCC. He was certified by the Michigan Law Enforcement Council (Michigan State Police). 


Besides being a dedicated martial artist, he is a graduate of Psychorientology and a student of Parapsychology. He also is studying theology and majoring in the Aramaic and Hebrew translations of the Bible. After training Police Officers for 2 years he decided that he needed to spend more time on his personal training.


1970–Present

During the early 1970s, when the formation of the U.S. Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan was in it's infancy, Sa Bom Nim Hanke was one of the dedicated martial artists who would become one of the original Board of Directors member. After being accepted by Sa Bom Nim H.C. Hwang as his student, he quit his weapons training so that he could focus his attention on Kwan Jang Nim Hwang Kee's teachings and philosophy. He traveled by motorcycle and van with his faithful dog Satan (which is another great midnight story) to every single State in the continental United States. He would teach clinics and train with nature in remote areas of the country just to spread the art of Tang Soo Do. He would drive from Michigan to New Jersey to train with Sa Bom Nim H.C. Hwang at every chance he could, which was pretty often. Sa Bom Nim Hanke has never once missed a National Federation event, Board of Directors meeting or Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa since the inception of the Federation. This is honest dedication to the teachings and philosophy of Kwan Jang Him Hwang Kee.

Respectfully submitted by,

KENDALL JENKINS, #14209

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World Moo Duk Kwan® Proudly Remembers Master Robert Emile Beaudoin, Dan Bon #5661, Charter Member

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World Moo Duk Kwan® Proudly Remembers Master Robert Emile Beaudoin, Dan Bon #5661, Charter Member
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Master Beaudoin was a former member of the Moo Duk Kwan and received his Dan #5661 from the Moo Duk Kwan’s founder, (Kwan Jahng Nim Hwang Kee) while stationed at Osan AFB, South Korea. His official instructor on record is Master Jae Chul Shin.

Charter Convention June 1975, at JFK Hilton Hotel.

Master Beaudoin took part in the Nov 1974 meeting at Burlington, NJ and participated in the Charter Convention in June 1975. He also served on the 1st Board of Directors of the US Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation and as such he was a Charter Member of the US Federation.

We are grateful for his service to the early stages of the federation as a charter member and Board Member.

At the 1975 Convention, then L to R: Mr Ben Cortese, Master Robert Beaudoin, Mr. Robert Shipley, Founder Kee Hwang, Mr. Frank Bonsignore, SBN Yu Ki Yul, SBN Chun Sik Kim.

Master Beaudoin with unidentified students at The Beaudoin Academy of Karate in Waterbury, CT.

Master Beaudoin posing with the Founder, Kee Hwang, KJN, with unidentified student, Founder, R Beaudoin (5661), Jeff Haney (17934), Robert Rondelli (17416), Ron Savage (15879) from his Beaudoin Academy.

With his original instructor, Master Jae Chun Shim at the dojang in South Korea, during his service in the Air Force.

Master Beaudoin started his Beaudoin Academy in 1965 in Waterbury, CT.

Robert Beaudoin and his wife, JoAnn (Conway) Beaudoin

Family portrait of Robert Beaudoin and his wife JoAnn (Conway) Beaudoin, and his son, Eric Beaudoin MD of Southport, CT and his daughter, Jennifer Roberts

His obituary can be found online with Memorial details of time and location at this site: http://www.eastsidememorial.com

On behalf of the World Moo Duk Kwan and our Kwan Jang Nim, with deep respect and sorrowful regrets send our sincere condolences to his immediate family, his friends, and students, may he rest in Peace.

Respectfully submitted , 

Roberto Bonefont, Sr., Region 2

(SOO BAHK DO® and MOO DUK KWAN® are registered trademarks.)

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World Moo Duk Kwan® Proudly Remembers Russell Duane Hanke, 9th Dan Sa Bom Nim, Dan Bon 4137 * Charter Member *

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World Moo Duk Kwan® Proudly Remembers Russell Duane Hanke, 9th Dan Sa Bom Nim, Dan Bon 4137 * Charter Member *
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Hanke, Russell Duane, age 79, January 8, 2020 of Dearborn Heights, MI. Beloved father of Brett and Shane Hanke. Also survived by his grandchildren Brynn Elln, Autumn Marie, Lillith River and Brett, Jr.; his nieces and nephews.  Read his official historic timeline on the WMDK Facebook SiteRespectfully submitted by his lifelong humble student, friend and Sa Bom Nim Steven Lemner, Dan Bon 23703, Region 5. 

{photo credits: WMDK, Steven Lemner SBN, Russ Hanke MDKSBD College, Moo Do Media, Al Caponigro photos, and various facebook sites} (SOO BAHK DO® and MOO DUK KWAN® are registered trademarks.)

L to r: Dale Drouillard and Russ Hanke (cho dan) 3rd place in tournament in Canada

Master Dale Drouillard, Hanke SBNs first Tang Soo Do instructor, dan bon 757, first American to receive a dan bon from the Founder.

Master Drouillard demonstrating edan yup podo cha ki, 1960s.

Hanke SBN receiving training under the guidance of the Founder in 1975 during the first National Convention at the JFK Hilton in New York.

Hanke SBN kneeling during the first public performance of Hwa Sun Hyung in the 1980s.

 

 

He may be gone, but his spirit and training will always be with us. Rest in everlasting Peace, Sa Bom Nim. His loyalty to our art and his compassion and his dedication to spread the art throughout the world, WILL ALWAYS BE AN inspiration to us all. A true Moo Do In, a true human being. Thank you for sharing your knowledge, supporting us through your training and inspiring us to continue our tradition of Moo Do. SOO BAHK!
Respectfully Submitted,
Roberto Bonefont, Sr., Dan Bon 13927, Region 2

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World Moo Duk Kwan® Proudly Remembers John A, Dellapia, Sa Bom Nim Dan Bon #14363

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Phil Duncan serves as the Executive Administrator of the U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation® providing and coordinating support services for the U.S. Federation Board, the Kwan Jang Nim, the U.S. Technical Advisory Committee, U.S. Regional Officials, U.S. Members, the Board Directors of the charitable non-profit U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan FOUNDATION and the World Moo Duk Kwan. He can be contacted at National Member Headquarters or philduncan@soobahkdo.com or (888) SOO-BAHK

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World Moo Duk Kwan Proudly Remembers Lim Thian Lok Sa Bom Nim DB 23321

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The World Moo Duk Kwan proudly remembers Lim, Thian Lok Sa Bom Nim, who is  recently (May 8th) passed away in Malaysia.  It is with great sadness and sincere condolences that Kwan Jang Nim H.C. Hwang announces his passing.

“Lim, Thian Lok Sa Bom (DB 23321) is one of founding member for the South East Asian Leadership Seminars (SEALS) and he was based in Limbang, Sarawak, Malaysia.  He also have served the WMDK as a Designee for the Malaysia Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan for the last 11 years. His leadership were recognized by all instructors and members in Malaysia as well as South East Asian region.  The World Moo Duk Kwan will miss him.  Our sincere thoughts are with his wife Sandra and family”.

In Moo Duk Kwan,

HC Hwang,

The Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan in Malaysia has a long membership history below are some historical photographs of times when the Founder, Hwang Kee, visited Malaysia during its infancy dating back to 1969 and 1972.

Founder Hwang Kee arriving at Airport and greeted by members of the Malaysian Soo Bahk Do (Tang Soo Do) Moo Duk Kwan. The founder welcome by members and officials of the Sibu Tang Soo Do Association in 1972.

The founder attending the Malaysia Nationals at Kuching, Sarawak in 1972.

The founder's visit to Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia on 1972. He is seated at the center with Dr. Y.Y. Lee (13418, seated the second from left). Standing the 4th from left are Kang Uk Lee (70), Kyu Sik Shin (724), and Myung Seok Seo (2322) at the Dr. Y.Y. Lee's house.

Wha Young Chung (410) and his students from Malaysia during 1969

Hwang Kee KJN visit Malaysia in 1969. Kyu Sik Shin (724) is shown in this photo.

Hwang Kee KJN's visit to Malaysia in 1969. Kyu Sik Shin (724) and his wife are seated with the KJN.

 

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Moo Duk Kwan® School Proudly Remembers Mr. Noah Lange Dan Bon #47891

Posted by on Sep 8, 2017 in Memorials, Moo Duk Kwan School | 0 comments

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The World Moo Duk Kwan Proudly Remembers…

Mr. Noah Lange – Dan Bon #47891

February 8, 2002 – July 18, 2017

REST IN PEACE

 

Noah Lange, Dan Bon#47891, passed away unexpectedly on July 18th at the age of 15 years old.  Noah began Soo Bahk Do with Mary Williamson when in the 2nd grade.  He loved taking classes with his friends and putting on demonstrations to promote Soo Bahk Do.  He earned is Dan rank on April 21, 2012.  Noah was extremely proud of this accomplishment.  Noah used the discipline he learned as a Dan to become a better leader in the other groups and organizations he was a member of; Children of the American Revolution, Boy Scout Troop 10 (Noah earned his Eagle Scout rank), Chattahoochee Marching Band and his church youth group to name a few.  Noah was a kind, caring, compassionate, giving, talented and funny young man who will be greatly missed by his family and friends.

Respectfully submitted for

Michelle K. Lange

 

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Phil Duncan serves as the Executive Administrator of the U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation® providing and coordinating support services for the U.S. Federation Board, the Kwan Jang Nim, the U.S. Technical Advisory Committee, U.S. Regional Officials, U.S. Members, the Board Directors of the charitable non-profit U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan FOUNDATION and the World Moo Duk Kwan. He can be contacted at National Member Headquarters or philduncan@soobahkdo.com or (888) SOO-BAHK

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HAPPY 71ST ANNIVERSARY MOO DUK KWAN

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HAPPY 71ST ANNIVERSARY TO ALL WORLDWIDE MOO DUK KWAN MEMBERS, LET'S CONTINUE TO SPREAD THE ART AND OUR MOO DO PHILOSOPHY.

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Moo Duk Kwan® School Proudly Remembers Eveline Moy Chin Dan Bon #47982

Posted by on Oct 25, 2016 in Memorials, Moo Duk Kwan School | 0 comments

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Eveline Moy Chin

 December 18, 1927 – May 3, 2015

Mrs. Chin's primary instructor has been Gene Riggs, Sa bom Nim, Dan Bon # 26263, since she entered the Moo Duk Kwan discipline in March of 2008, and received her 8th Gup in Sept of 2008.

Mrs. Chin was promoted to E Dan in 2014 under Dan Bon #47982.

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Obituary for Eveline Moy Chin

Devoted wife, cherished mother, beloved grandmother and great-grandmother, Eveline Moy Chin, age 87, passed away in Marshall, TX on May 3, 2015. Eveline was born on December 18, 1927 in Boston, MA. She is preceded in death by her husband, Thomas W. F. Chin; Her parents, Goon Ark and You Shee Moy; her siblings, Jean, William, Thomas and Ruth and one niece, Ruby. Eveline is survived by her children, Ronald D. Chin and his wife, Heather; Karen B. Chin and her husband, Steven Kelly; Gary D. Chin and his wife, Anne; and Laura C. Darrach and her husband, Gregg. She is also survived by her grandchildren, Meaghan Cain and her husband, Trevor; Joshua, Jessica, and Michael Darrach, Thomas and Emily Chin; her great-grandchildren, Tristin, Tre, Mya, Maci and Skyler; nieces and nephews, Madeleine, Charley, James, Claire, Beverly Ann, Stanley, Robert and her beloved 15 year old cat, Tandy. Eveline was an active member of Hillcrest Baptist Church, enjoyed Karate and recently earned her 2nd Degree Black Belt in November, 2014 at age 86. She loved to cook, bake, knit/crochet and spent many hours watching the cooking channels, The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings series. She will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved her. A celebration of Eveline's life will be held on Friday evening at 6:00pm, May 8, 2015 at Hillcrest Baptist Church, Marshall, Texas with Bro. Scott Tagert officiating. She will be laid to rest at Mt. Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge, MA next to her husband. In lieu of flowers, please send donations “In Memory of Eveline M. Chin” to Healing Touch Worldwide Foundation at www.HTWFoundation.org.
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Phil Duncan

Phil Duncan serves as the Executive Administrator of the U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation® providing and coordinating support services for the U.S. Federation Board, the Kwan Jang Nim, the U.S. Technical Advisory Committee, U.S. Regional Officials, U.S. Members, the Board Directors of the charitable non-profit U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan FOUNDATION and the World Moo Duk Kwan. He can be contacted at National Member Headquarters or philduncan@soobahkdo.com or (888) SOO-BAHK

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