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In Memory of Frank Hinckley, Sept. 9, 1964 - May 21, 2012

Seigokan USA recently lost a dedicated teacher and brother, Frank Hinckley. On June 3, Frank's friends and extended family gathered to share stories and memories of a loving father and loyal friend. To those of us in Seigokan, Frank was also a powerful force, a creative martial artist, and for me, an immovable object. We'll miss him. Dave K.















2 comments:

  1. We are really shocked and sad about this.
    We send our deepest condolences to Frank's family and Seigokan USA.
    We thought he was older.
    May rest in Peace.
    Oss...

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  2. During the early 80's I took instructions from Sensei Marcos as a young pre-teen/teenager and had the pleasure to train with and get to know Frank. As he was much older than me, I always looked up to him and admired him like an older brother, even though (like an older brother) he wupped my butt in many a sparring match. I remember Frank, along with Marcos, Shawn G, Leon D., and Craig H offering me many wise pointers both in Karate and in life. So I was really saddened to find out about this. Rest in Peace Frank. Due to many circumstances and life choices, not all of which were good or wise, I always regretted not staying with Seigokan, but I never forgot Frank or his cool attitude, or his talent. I can only offer condolences to his family and to all Seigokan brothers.

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