The kenpo world lost another great one. RIP Sir.
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A sad day for the Kenpo family. Rest In Peace, Mr. Crenshaw.
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Rest in peace
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Sad day indeed.
It's sad to see some of these original guys leave us.
I have an autographed copy of this picture as well. Mills was my late Sensei Mike Sanders instructor. Mills and I had become friends over the years. I once asked Mills what became of the other guy in the picture? Is he still alive or did you cripple him for life? Mills laughed and said he survived the sparring match just fine! I can imagine that Mills was hell on wheels when he wanted to be. God bless this man and his family!
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