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Rank: 3rd Degree Black Belt
Date Started Taekwon-Do: February 2008
Birthday: September 9, 1955

 

What type of pets do you have and what are their names: Dog-Mac, Cat-Topper
What do you want to be when you were a child: A teacher

Favorite part of class: Everything but I really enjoy patterns
Where were you born: Gaylord, Minnesota
What countries/states have you lived in: Minnesota, Texas, Indiana, Alaska, California, Nevada, Virginia, Kansas & Nebraska
What sports/hobbies do you have other than Taekwon-Do: Photography, camping, travel
What is your favorite food: Seafood

 

 

 

What would you like others to know about you:  I have visited 26 of the 59 national parks and countless other sites in the National Park System.  Looking forward to someday visiting all 59 parks.

Promotions:

 

3rd Degree, USTF-3-1308, August 2017, Sr. Master Todd, Bellevue, Nebraska

 

2nd Degree, USTF-2-3153, Feb 2015, Sr. Master Todd, Bellevue, Nebraska

 

1st Degree, USTF-1-10971, May 2012, Master Todd, Bellevue, Nebraska

Certifications:

 

USTF: 19-365

 

USTF Class C Instructor, 2012

 

USTF Class A Referee (int), Feb 18, 2017

USTF Class B Referee, March 8, 2014

USTF Class C Referee, Jan 15, 2011

USTF Breaking Seminar, May 2017

USTF Knife & Weapons Course, Feb 2018

 

 

2018 Hours: 8 - USTF Knife & Weapons Course - CO

 

2017 Hours:  16 - USTF Referee Course - CO

                        - USTF Breaking Seminar - WA

 

1. Why did you start Taekwon-Do: Taekwon-Do looked like a good way to exercise with my physical limitations.
2. What made you interested enough to join:  Our daughter started first.  I saw how she gained confidence and self-defense skills.  Also, Master Bushor encouraged me to start.
3. What did you think being a black belt meant before you started training: Lots of hard work, training and discipline
4. What do you think being a black belt means now:      Lots of hard work, training, and discipline and living the tenets of Taekwon-Do
  5. What changed your opinion: My personal experience with many oustanding black belts.
6. What was your goal when you started Taekwon-Do: To become a black belt.
7. What is your goal now:   To continue to learn and improve my Taekwon-Do skills

2 Tile Downward Punch - February 2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5. What changed your opinion: Beginning to learn about Taekwon-Do
6. What was your goal when you started Taekwon-Do: to get into shape
7. What is your goal now:   To continue to learn and improve my Taekwon-Do skills

 

 

       
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