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    Default Bonnie Malmstrom (Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu)

    Bonnie Malmstrom, wife of Bud Malmstrom of the Bujinkan Atlanta Dojo, died last night of liver cancer.

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    Genbukan Ganseki Dojo and the Genbukan Kusakage Dojo would like to give our deepest sympathy for Bud and his family at this time. Our thoughts and prayers are with them.

    Sincerely,
    George Kohler

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    Default Ah no...

    My deepest condolences and strongest intentions go to Bud and his family.
    Eric Baluja

    Fukai kiri teme mo motenai kaku reru daizan.

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    I am deeply saddened by this. I have lost people close to me to cancer. My prayers and those of my fellow training partners are with Mr. Malmstrom.

    God Bless You Sir!
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    My sincere condolances to Bud and his family.

    This is very sad news, my prayers go out to all involved.

    Sincerely,
    Richard Ray Dojo-Cho
    Rick Ray's Warrior Arts Academy
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    Default Bonnie Malmstrom

    http://www.bonniemalmstrom.com/

    Bonnie has passed on, moment of respect for Bud and Family.

    My thoughts go out.
    Dave Gibb
    Bujingodai Dojo
    "it's not the move, it's the movement."

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    It's very sad to hear. I remember reading about her and Bud Malmstrom in Black Belt Magazine in the later 80's. Truly one of the pioneers of ninpo in America. It's nice to know that she was still active in the budo community.
    Kevin Geaslin
    Genbukan Ninpo & Kokusai Jujutsu

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    The memorial page is very touching... so much love there.
    Jason Chambers
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    Damn that hurts to hear.

    She was as warm as a person could hope to be. At least she's at peace now.

    My prayers & best wishes go to Bud & their family.
    ********

    Chorus: "Hey Torquemada, whaddya say?"
    Torquemada: "Any new converts today?"
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    My deepest sympathy goes out to Bud and Bonnies families.

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    Bud,
    I'm sorry for the suffering...
    My sincere condolences to Bud and his family.
    nam myoho renge kyo...............

    Ralph Severe, Kamiyama
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    The first time I got to read about the late Mrs. Malmstrom was in the 1980's when I got serious about wanting to practice martial arts. She has my respect for promoting in a positive way, the system she practiced. Also, my respect goes to her as one of the first American women to be actively involved in the Bujinkan's art.

    May she Rest In Peace.
    Hieroteo Villarosa V

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    The Genbukan Gekka dojo wishes you and your family all the best during your time of sorrow. God bless you and yours.
    Greg Caplinger
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    "Shin-gi-tai-ichi"

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    Mr. Malmstrom, I will like to send daimoku (Nam Myoho Renge Kyo) to you and the your family. My heart is wiht in this time of need. If there is something I can do, please let me know.
    Byron Thomas

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    Mr. Malmstrom,

    I am truly sorry for your loss. I had the opportunity to meet you and your wife at a SKH seminar at your dojo in the mid 90s (I travelled with the Bujinkan Shugendo Shibu from NC). In case none of my friends from that group (which I think is now defunct) accept condolences from me on their behalf. God bless and support you through this.


    Karl Tatgenhorst

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