BLACK BELT
Shodan (Ho)

Dustin Hewer, Promoted to Shodan Ho, Black Belt . 

Dustin is a very dedicated student and has a tremendous grasp on all aspects of the curriculum. He continues to dedicate himself to his training in multiple disciplines. Dustin graded on the 18 of December 2018, and presented the curiculum in a realistic and practically effective manner. 

Dustin is deserving of being called "Sensei".

Great job and keep up the good work.

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Carson Stewart, Promoted to Shodan Ho, Black Belt . 

Carson is a very dedicated student and has a tremendous grasp on all aspects of the curriculum. He continues to dedicate himself to his training in multiple disciplines. Carson graded on the 23 of April 2010, and presented the curiculum in a realistic and practically effective manner. 

Carson is deserving of being called "Sensei".

Great job and keep up the good work.

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 el Surina, Promoted to Shodan-Ho, Black Belt.

He has worked very hard over the past years to get to this level, and having performed proficiently and met the strict standards of the system, has finaly reached the beginning of true martial learning. 

Joel continues to dedicate himself to his training and the assistance of others and is deserving of being called "Sensei".Joel has been helping all the students junior to his rank and will continue to do so in order that they get the most out of each and evey training session.

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 Jory Baril, Promoted to Shodan-Ho, Black Belt.

He has worked very hard over the past years to get to this level, and having performed proficiently and met the strict standards of the system, has finaly reached the beginning of true martial learning. 

Jory continues to dedicate himself to his training and the assistance of others and is deserving of being called "Sensei".

Jory has been helping all the students junior to his rank and will continue to do so in order that they get the most out of each and evey training session.

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Colin Sutherland, Promoted to Shodan Ho, Black Belt  assistant instructor. 

Colin has been one of the most dedicated students and has a tremendous grasp on all aspects of the curriculum. Not only has Colin attended numerous seminars, he rarely if ever misses a class.

Colin continues to dedicate himself to his training and the assistance of others. Colin graded on the 30th of May 2008, and presented the curiiculum in a realistic and practically effective manner. The support of the attendees was very much appreciated and for those that travelled from far distances like Vancouver, the entertainment and educational value was worth it. Colin is deserving of being called "Sensei".

Colin, great job and keep up the good work.

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Joel Surina, Promoted to Shodan-Ho, Black Belt.

He has worked very hard over the past years to get to this level, and having performed proficiently and met the strict standards of the system, has finaly reached the beginning of true martial learning. 

Joel continues to dedicate himself to his training and the assistance of others and is deserving of being called "Sensei".

Joel has been helping all the students junior to his rank and will continue to do so in order that they get the most out of each and evey training session.

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Joe Krego, Promoted to Shodan-Ho, Black Belt.

He has worked very hard over the past years to get to this level, and having performed proficiently and met the strict standards of system, has finaly reached the beginning of true martial learning. 

Joe continues to dedicate himself to his training and the assistance of others.

Joe is currently the youngest student in our organization, at 16 years of age, to hold this rank.

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Rick Krego, Promoted to Shodan-Ho, Black Belt.

He has worked very hard over the past years to get to this level, and having performed proficiently and to the best of his abiltities has finaly reached the beginning of true martial learning. 

Rick continues to dedicate himself to his training and the assistance of others and is deserving of being called "Sensei".

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Bryan Van, Promoted to Shodan Ho, Black Belt  assistant instructor. 

Bryan is a very dedicated student and has a tremendous grasp on all aspects of the curriculum. He continues to dedicate himself to his training and the assistance of others. Bryan graded on the 16 of April 2010, and presented the curiculum in a realistic and practically effective manner. The support of the attendees was very much appreciated and for those that travelled from far distances "Thank you". Bryan is deserving of being called "Sensei".

Great job and keep up the good work.

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Bryan Van, Promoted to Shodan Ho, Black Belt  assistant instructor. 

Bryan is a very dedicated student and has a tremendous grasp on all aspects of the curriculum. He continues to dedicate himself to his training and the assistance of others. Bryan graded on the 16 of April 2010, and presented the curiculum in a realistic and practically effective manner. The support of the attendees was very much appreciated and for those that travelled from far distances "Thank you". Bryan is deserving of being called "Sensei".

Great job and keep up the good work.

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Isaac Brule

Isaac has been stripped of his black belt, thus making him undeserving of being called "Sensei", for actions un-becoming those of a black belt and is no longer endorsed nor supported as a Black Belt by Randy Martin Shihan, Ronin Jiu-Jitsu & Kobudo, or the Jiu-Jitsu British Columbia Society (the Provincial Governing Body for Jiu-Jitsu).

For further information or clarification, please feel free to contact Randy Martin Shihan directly. 

 

Isaac Brule

Isaac has been stripped of his black belt, thus making him undeserving of being called "Sensei", for actions un-becoming those of a black belt and is no longer endorsed nor supported as a Black Belt by Randy Martin Shihan, Ronin Jiu-Jitsu & Kobudo, or the Jiu-Jitsu British Columbia Society (the Provincial Governing Body for Jiu-Jitsu).

For further information or clarification, please feel free to contact Randy Martin Shihan directly.