Black Belt Roll of Honor
During my Forty Years of teaching Martial Arts, I have taught several thousand people during that time, and while not every student achieved the level of Black Belt, I would like to believe that most everyone learned something about personal Self Defense, if not about themselves.
The above list of names are those students who set goals for themselves and then went about to pursue those goals through hard work and long hours of arduous training to earn the coveted title of Black Belt! There were hundreds more (students) who for personal reasons went about to achieve Certifications in Self Defense training for use in the Military, Law Enforcement and Private Security among other endeavors, and over the years, there were countless other students who just wanted to learn some things about Self Defense and found our program most unique as well as an exciting means to learn and keep fit at the same time.
It has been a great and rewarding experience for me over the years to work with all of those wonderful people, Adults, Children, and to be able to pass on to another generation, training in the Martial Art of Taishindoh. As I have said, It has been truly a rewarding and grand experience for me as I have had the honor and pleasure to have taught the sons and daughters of fathers I taught, as well as the grandchildren of grandfathers I taught ----Forty years ago! I have been truly honored and Blessed and humbled to have had the privilege to have been of service all of these years.
The aforementioned list of names is set in the archives of Taishindoh and Taishindoh International as the official listing of students who have earned the Black Belt and degree thereof as indicated with their name, and may be referred to by those listed students as official documentation of earned rank.
Return to Black Belts