This page is dedicated to those members of our martial arts family who have gone
before us and those they have left behind. It is this family which brought us
together and this family which will help us to carry on.

"Be the eternal teacher who teaches with the body when young, with words when
old or incapacitated, and by moral precept even after death."
In Memory Of
Grand Master General Choi Hong Hi
9th Degree
Founder of Taekwon-Do
November 9, 1918 - June 15, 2002
In Memory of our Fallen Warriors
This page is reserved for the fallen warriors of our art. If you have submissions for this page please forward to Blue Cottage
Taekwon-Do along with a picture and short passage.

Special Thanks to all who have donated their time, recommendations and material to help
make this site the best website source on the Chang Huhn Patterns.
In Loving Memory of my Parents
In Memory Of
Grand Master Park Jung Tae
9th Degree
Founder of Global Taekwon-Do Federation
Grand Master Park dedicated his life to the promotion and development of Taekwon-Do
worldwide.  From the late 1950’s  right up until his death in April 11, 2002, he devoted his
time and energy to teaching and demonstrating his superior technical skills to all
Taekwon-Do students.    His legacy of technical perfection still reaches all corners of the
Grand Master Park had a unique ability to teach regardless of one’s physical limitations or
language barrier and his unselfish willingness to share his knowledge instilled that
passion and love for Taekwon-Do in the hearts and minds of the students.
Grand Master Trân Triêu Quân
President, ITF-V
Grand Master Trân Triêu Quân is a Canadian citizen who was born in Vietnam, where he started
studying the martial art of Taekwon-Do when he was twelve years old. Five years later, he
started a Taekwon-Do school to teach this martial art within the education system of the city of
He moved to Canada in 1970 to study engineering at Laval University in Quebec City. There he
also set up Taekwon-Do schools. After receiving his engineering degree, he chose to make his
permanent home in Canada.
Grand Master Trân was President of the ITF-V since 2003. He had been re-elected to serve for a
second term in 2007.
In Memory Of
Mr. David Hospador
IV Dan
February 1997
Mr. Hospador holds the Honor of being Master James Murray's first
student. His ideology
exemplified General Choi's  passage to
"Be the eternal teacher who
teaches with the body when young, with words when old or
incapacitated, and by moral precept even after death."
Mr. Hospador an ideal example of a Martial Artist and Human Being.
In Memory Of
Mr. David Stephens Erb

April 19, 2009
He was a Veteran of World War II, serving in the U.S. Army in the
European Theatre with the 3rd Battalion, 12th Infantry Division.Mr. Erb
was instrumental in helping Grand Master Kong Young Il establish the
first school in Pottstown.
Mr. Michael Holloway VI-dan of YomChi - Oklahoma
has passed away. He was large in our organization
and very well thought of.
In Memory Of
Mr. Michael Holloway
VI Dan
Thursday, December 17th
In Memory Of
Mr. Jay Banion
IV Dan
March 21, 2011
Mr. Banion first started Taekwon-Do at the North Penn YMCA.  Mr. Banion, along with
Sabanim Ian Thomas used to always be our volunteers at tournament when it came
time to demonstrate the points of sparring…it seemed we always asked those two to
demonstrate for many years.  Jay officially joined Mark Cashatt’s TKD in 1999 and
earned his 4th DAN on November 12, 2005.  Mr. Banion was always at TKD summer
camp and other activities during that time.  Jay was great at sparring, fast and
daring…and he usually always had a smile on face.
In Memory of
Mr. Ben Oude Louttikhuis
of the Netherlands
The global taekwon-do family has lost a giant and friend this past weekend. While in Korea to be honored
by the Taekwon-do Hall of Fame® for his great contributions to the sport and martial art of Taekwon-do,
8th Dan Master Ben Oude Luttikhuis passed away on August 27, 2011.Master Oude Luttikhuis served as
President of the Taekwon-do Bond Netherland (Netherland Taekwon-do Association) for 9 years until
2008.  He was a bronze medalist at the 5th World Taekwon-do Championships in Guayaquil, Ecuador.  

Prior to his tenure at the helm of the national federation, Master Oude Luttikhuis served as a national team
coach and trainer.  In 2007, he was awarded a medal of honor by the government of the Netherlands for
his outstanding contribution to sport.  His extraordinary contribution to the development of taekwon-do was
recognized in receipt of a citation of leadership by the Taekwon-do Hall of Fame® on August 25, in Korea.
Master Ben Oude Luttikhuis is survived by his loving wife, Maria, his son, Thys, 29, 2006 -78kg European
Taekwon-do champion, and his daughter, Yvonne, 26, 2005 +73kg European Taekwon-do champion.
The World Taekwon-do Federation extends their deepest condolences on behalf of the global taekwon-do
family to the Oude Luttikhuis family and to the nation of the Netherlands.  We share in the deep sorrow
that is felt around the world on this great loss.Master Ben Oude Luttikhuis’ legacy will live on through his
children, his athletes, and a grateful nation and global taekwon-do family.
Vilikesa Koli (Bill) was born October 10, 1964 in the capital city of Suva on the Pacific Islands of Fiji where
he served as a Fijian Police Officer.
Since 2007, Bill worked for Triple Canopy Armor Transportation Service.  The ATS was responsible for
safely transporting U.S. Service members and DoD personnel throughout the International Zone.  During
his time in the "IZ", Bill was active in the Forward Operating Base (FOB) Union Choir.  Bill who was an avid
ruby player and boxer in Fiji, started his Taekwon-Do training and obtained the rank of Green Belt.  
Although an imposing figure, Bill was a shy and quiet man, but with his forever presence of smile and
laughter along with his dedication to God, Family, and Taekwon-do training, this shy person left a great
impression on all. On July 20, 2011, only hours after completing his Taekwon-do training, God called Bill  
home.  In memory of his dedication to God, the countries of Fiji and the United States and his love of
Taekwon-Do, Unified International Taekwon-Do Founder, Grand Master Hwang Kwang Sung, promoted
Vilikesa "Bill" Koli to Honorary 1st Dan Black Belt,
In Memory Of
Vilikesa Koli
I Dan
July 20, 2011

THOMAS I. FISHER, 82, OF NORTH COVENTRY Thomas I. Fisher, 82, widower of Dorothy (Kuntzleman)
Fisher and companion of Dorothy "Shag" DeMas of South Hanover Street, North Coventry Township,
died Sunday at Manor Care, Pottstown, PA. Born in Pottstown, PA he was the son of the late Paul and
Pearl (Guest) Fisher. Tom was a Tae Kwon-Do 7th Degree Master Instructor who operated Kong's Tae
Kwon-Do School from his residence for over 40 years. He was a U. S. Air Force veteran of the Korean
War. Surviving with his companion is a son, Jeffrey T. Fisher and his companion, Judith Hofbauer of
Pottstown, PA, and a daughter, Karen A. McAfee of Elverson, PA, and three step-children, Penny
Schwager, Michelle Morgan and Lisa Updegrove. He is also survived by eight grandchildren, Nathan
Kearns, Jon McAfee, Emily McAfee, Kalynn McAfee, Shannon Cahill, Brock Morgan, Ernest Updegrove
III and David Fisher, and three great-grandchildren, Logan Cahill, Nolan Kearns and Kayden McAfee. A
memorial service will be held on Friday evening, July 26, 2013 at 7 p.m. from Warker-Troutman
funeral Home, 726 East High Street, Pottstown, PA, with the Rev. Larry Frank, pastor of Harmony
Methodist Church in Morgantown, PA, officiating. The family will receive friends on Friday evening
from 6-7 p.m. at the funeral home. A memorial luncheon will be Saturday, July 27, 2013 at Noon at
the Knights of Columbus Social Hall, 675 Constitution Avenue, Pottstown, PA 19464. Burial will be
private at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to
the Cat Angel Network P.O. Box 3071, Stowe, PA 19464.

Master Fisher, VII Dan

Master Fisher has served as Master Instructor and Director of Kong’s Tae Kwon-Do School of
Pottstown, PA for over 40 years. He trained and practiced Tae Kwon-Do under the direction of Grand
Master Young Il Kong since before the establishment of the school in 1969. Master Fisher has made
great accomplishments in Tae Kwon-Do, and has earned VII Dan Black Belt.
In Memory Of
Master Thomas Fisher
July 22, 2013