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    Starting with your instructor, can you cite your "family tree" back to Parker, Chow, Tracy, or Mitose?
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    My instructor Tony Martin got his first and second BB from Lary Tatum and his 3rd and 4th from Mr. Parker. He is now a 7th dan.

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    Morgan Malone, Morgan Newman, John Buckley, Richard Lee, Al Tracy. GM Lee still runs the instructor workouts.
    Be careful what you say, some may take it the wrong way.

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    Parker-Palanzo-Ronemus-Me

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    Parker - Planas - Hogan - Me

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    Mr. Parker, Pat Salantri, me (Clark)

    Mr. Parker, Pat Salantri, me, Jack (my son)

    Then again,

    Mr. Parker, Pat Salantri, Jack Cole (my son) - That is the best one for me, totally cool! Jack and I train together as BB's now.

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    Parker, Mills, Brumby/Herman/Hilderbrand, but we also get visits from Julio Sabates, and Alan Jacob.
    I mostly study under Hilderbrand doing the garage thing. There is also Lee Bowgren who shows up when he can.
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    Parker-Chapel (and Duke)-Smith-Me
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    Unquestionably man has his will - but woman has her way! - Bruce Lee

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    My instructor is a 5th dan under Grandmaster Kuoha who is the successor to Kara-Ho Kempo, and I have been fortunate to train with Grandmaster directly during my 15 years in the system. (We train at Grandmaster's house)

    Cheers!
    The above is just my opinion.

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    Parker - Palanzo - Me
    Last edited by parkerkarate; 05-20-2007 at 11:23 PM.
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    Mr. Parker - Bruce Smith - Me
    Mr. Parker - Paul Mills - Bruce Smith - Me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Celtic_Crippler View Post
    Starting with your instructor, can you cite your "family tree" back to Parker, Chow, Tracy, or Mitose?
    Yes.
    Dr. John M. La Tourrette

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    Parker - Planas - Hogan - Me

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    Parker-Sullivan/LeRoux-Me
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    Quote Originally Posted by John M. La Tourrette View Post
    Yes.
    Dr. John M. La Tourrette
    Smart ass ...LOL
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    I laughed at it too lol
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    Dee-Dee-Dee...I guess I should post mine since I asked huh?

    Parker-Jay T. Will- Brint Berry- Wade Wilbourn - me

    Tracy-Jay T. Will- Brint Berry- Wade Wilbourn - me

    Parker- Sullivan/LeRoux - me
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    Professor Chow, Joe Emperado, Professor Walter Godin, Professor Martin T. Buell, Chief Instructor Stan Papis 6th degree, Me

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    Al Tracy - Steve Finn - Me
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