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    As many of you recall, Don Cunningham and I were once wrapped up in a legal issue with the infamous Rod Sacharnoski and Juko Kai. Just wanted to give you an update on Don. If you do not know, Don has cancer, and is currently in hospice care. He was given only a few months to live, and that was back in October. I ask that everyone remember Don in your prayers.

    Don got his cancer from agent orange exposure in Vietnam. Like all of our service men and women, he is an american hero, and has earned our respect. Best wishes to Sensei Cunningham.
    Jeff Boler

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    I should also note that Don is on Facebook if you would like to drop him a note: https://www.facebook.com/don.cunningham.104?fref=ts
    Jeff Boler

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    http://www.mullinsfuneralhome.com/m/...ial&id=1467279

    Passed much sooner than I expected. Godspeed my friend.
    Jeff Boler

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    Deeply saddened to hear of his passing.

    My heart goes out to his family and friends.
    Chris Thomas

    "While people are entitled to their illusions, they are not entitled to a limitless enjoyment of them and they are not entitled to impose them upon others."

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    To All,
    Don was buried Tuesday Dec 2 at Southwest Veterans Cemetery in Dublin VA. The VFW did a nice job with a 21 gun salute and flag presentation.Don was laid out in his Judo Gi, Black Belt and a black Harley Davidson tee shirt. Two of the photos featured were of Don and I on our last motorcycle trip together on the Blue Ridge Mountains last summer. At the church his two most favorite songs were played: Born to be Wild by Steppenwolf and Volunteers for America by Jefferson Airplane.
    Again, our deepest sympathies to Lynn and the rest of Dons family. Always in the Wind- RIP my Brother.
    Phil Scudieri

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    Quote Originally Posted by jboler View Post
    As many of you recall, Don Cunningham and I were once wrapped up in a legal issue with the infamous Rod Sacharnoski and Juko Kai. Just wanted to give you an update on Don. If you do not know, Don has cancer, and is currently in hospice care. He was given only a few months to live, and that was back in October. I ask that everyone remember Don in your prayers.

    Don got his cancer from agent orange exposure in Vietnam. Like all of our service men and women, he is an american hero, and has earned our respect. Best wishes to Sensei Cunningham.
    A check on the Net it appears that Sacharnoski has all but erased all his fraudulent hits and even his military fraud charges from a certain web site. Hope Don's efforts do not go to waste. R.I.P Don Cunningham.....

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    I remember several conversations with Don on these forums. I enjoyed them greatly and am saddened to hear of his passing. Rest well.
    With respect,
    Mitch Saret

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