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Thread: Mark Feigenbaum, E-Budo Moderator, has passed

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    I read this news with great sadness. Just the other day I was thinking that I hadn't seen Mark post in a while.

    I was lucky enough to meet him back at the first Bluming seminar years ago with Toby, Aaron, Joe, Neil, Doug and the gang.

    I got to spend some driving time and chatting time in the wee hours before sleep took us. We've e-mailed and PM-ed off and on for years since then.

    Mark's views helped shape how I view Judo today.

    Rest in Peace, sensei. Tonight keiko will be in your honor.
    Kit Leblanc

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    R.I.P. Mark...
    Richard Ray Dojo-Cho
    Rick Ray's Warrior Arts Academy
    Bujinkan Makoto Dojo
    Cleveland Ninpo/Ninjutsu
    Makoto Dojo's Youtube Channel

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    Default Rest well Mark

    Wow- life has been busy lately, so I haven't been checking E-budo that frequently- the news hits hard.

    Though we never met in person, Mark was unfailingly generous via E-mail and PM... we have lost a great member of this community.

    Be well,
    Jigme
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    aoikoyamakan at gmail dot com

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    Hello Neil

    Is there a way for you to send this link to Mark's family so that they may be aware of our condolenses here at E-Budo community ?

    Thanks !
    Prince Loeffler
    Shugyokan Dojo

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    Sorry, I have no contact information for his family members.

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    It is with deep sadness that I read Mr. Kohler's message of Mark's passing. I feel the same as all the members. May the Lord bless Mark and keep him close. Amen
    Dave Gorden "If wishes were horses, all beggars would ride".---Frank Osten

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    Neil.
    This caught me totally by surprise. I ALWAYS found Mark to be a friendly source of information and he shared many stories with me about his Judo experiences, not least of which was his acquaintence with 'Judo' Gene Lebell. He will be sorely missed!
    R.I.P., with sincere condolences to his friends and family.
    Tom
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    "You can't hide on the mats." Terry Dobson sensei.

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    Man this is sad, i've read and enjoyed Mark's stuff here for years, also growing up in Albuquerque it hits home, definitely sad, good thoughts to his loved ones.
    Zachariah Zinn

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    This is a shame; I never met Mark, but I'll really miss his posts and the good sense that they often brought to threads. Rest in peace.
    David Sims

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    What sad news. Mark was too young to go so soon. It seems true what the song says; only the good die young.

    Mark and I have exchanged many e-mails over the years, and I was aware of his developing vision issues, but not aware of any other problems, so this was, needless to say, a shock.

    Rest in peace, Mark.
    Yours in Budo,
    ---Brian---

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    Default kono tabi wa goshushosama de gozaimasu

    Requiescat in pace

    Slán agus beannacht leat

    May the Lord bless you and guard you – יְבָרֶכְךָ יְהוָה, וְיִשְׁמְרֶךָ
    May the Lord shine His countenance toward you and be gracious to you – יָאֵר יְהוָה פָּנָיו אֵלֶיךָ, וִיחֻנֶּךָּ
    May the Lord lift up His countenance toward you and give you peace – יִשָּׂא יְהוָה פָּנָיו אֵלֶיךָ, וְיָשֵׂם לְךָ שָׁלוֹם


    ... now I have one more reason to learn to say Kaddish.

    שָׁלוֹם
    Yours in Judo,

    Brian P. Griffin

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    My condolences also to Mark's friends and family. I always learned a lot from his posts about judo. He was a class act. I too was wondering the other day, why I hadn't seen any posts from him in a while.

    I'll miss his posts.
    Tim Fong

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    Aw shucks. This really bums me out. Condolances to all who cared about and for him. This is a pretty big hit to our community...

    Best,
    Ron

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    I remember reading about a round robin group of HAM folks that lost a very valuable long term member, when they had their weekly chat they would always end it with an invite from their deceased friend to call in with a comment, wait 30 seconds or so, and announce "Nothing heard"

    condolences.
    Jim Boone

    Flick Lives!

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    Sad news. Mark was a wonderful member of this community, over many years.
    I never knew him in person but I always valued his contribution here.

    My warm regards to all his friends and loved ones.
    Al Heinemann
    www.shofukan.ca

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