OKINAWA KENPO KARATE KOBUDO
DEVALENTINO SHUDOKAN SCHOOLS INTERNATIONAL
A Master Level Black Belt instructor and Kama aina of Hawaii who has pursued the martial arts endeavor since 1970. During the Vietnam era he served honorably as a U. S. Marine continuing the martial arts endeavor. A summary of verifiable martial arts accomplishments are as follows:
1. Black Belts: Taekwondo,
Shobukan Karate, Chinese Goju and
2. Additional studies: Judo, Jujitsu, Aikido, Shaolin kung Fu, Jeet
3. Has personally trained Thousands of students since 1982 and
has certified Black Belt instructors currently operating their
4. Currently directs traditional karate schools at locations
1993 As an Active Competitor, DeValentino was rated #1 in Forms, Fighting, and Weapons Divisions by the State of Hawaii Official Karate Congress due to his accomplishments in these annual events.
Funakoshi Shotokan Karate Championships (California)
Festival of the Kings Martial Arts Championships (Maui, Hawaii)
Hawaii Taekwondo/karate championships
U.S. All America Kickboxing Championships (Pearl Harbor, Hawaii)
Hawaiian Ice Cultural Exchange Martial Arts Champs Honolulu
While on Assignment in Washington, D.C. 1990-93 DeValentino championed the following events:
1995 DeValentino Rates #1 in Forms and Weapons by the Hawaii Karate League (Chuzo Kotaka).
DeValentino places first in Self-defense, Showmanship divisions and 2nd place in Weapons during the First Annual Battle of Okinawa Karate Championships - Grandmaster Odo (Honolulu, Hawaii)
1995 Hawaii AAU Regional
Champion Seng Au
Winner 1995 National AAU championships - Seattle, Washington
1995 AAU National Vice-chairman for Chinese Martial Arts, and Open Division.
36th All Hawaii State Karate do Championships - Chuzo Kotaka (Aiea, Hawaii)
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1998 Winner of forms and weapons division Festival of the Kings Championships Maui, Hawaii – by Ted Tabura
DeValentino Karate & Fitness
98-410 Koauka Lp., 21H Aiea, Hawaii
BIRTH DATE:11 July 1956 OCCUPATION: Director DeValentino Shudokan Schools Intl. Martial Arts and Fitness Program Director, Cardio Kickboxing
Member: Regional Director, National Karate and Kobudo Federation (NKKF)
TEACHER LINEAGE: Nakamura Shigeru and Odo eikichi/Okinawa Kenpo & Kobudo
INSTRUCTOR: Grand Master Rick Moneymaker-Okinawa Kempo Torite Jutsu
Texas: Jay Jackson, P.D. Hale, Jeffrey Canaday, Eldon Fox, Phil Boston, and Steve Deluna, Roy Kurban
Korea: Grand Master Park, Min Suk Sung.
Hawaii: J. Bunch, Master Song Ji Sung, Master Kang, Professor George Iversen, Frank Consillio, Hai Laventure, Ramon Valle, Sigong Edmund Lewis, and Sifu Lloyd McKee.
East Coast: George M. Epps .
Okinawa: Grand Master Seikichi Odo
Rank and experience progression since 1970
EDUCATION: Alumni of Chaminade University of Honolulu.
CONTRIBUTIONS: Martial Arts teacher since 1982
OTHER MARTIAL ARTS STUDIED: Kajukenbo, Kung Fu, Judo, Jujutsu,
and USMC Special Weapons and Linear Assault Neural Engagement Combat Tactics
CURRENT ACTIVE SCHOOLS: Please visit http://okinawakenpodssi.com/dssi_locations.htm
TEACHERS LICENSE #30055 Kaiden Menkyo Shihan, Okinawa, Japan
REGISTRATION #01745, Okinawa, Japan