Stuart Quan

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Martial Arts Community Loses a Champion
Former National Forms Champion Stuart Quan, 43,
Dies of Unknown Causes
Fresno, CA -- According to a report by KFSN-TV, Fresno martial artist and Hollywood actor Stuart Quan died suddenly here on January 8 while returning home from a snowboarding trip to Sierra Summit. He was only 42.
Quan lost consciousness while riding in the back of a car. His friends tried to revive him as paramedics rushed to the scene, but he died.
Quan owned a long-standing karate studio in North Fresno, teaching students of all ages. He was a national-ranked forms champion in the early 1980s. His expertise landed him roles in movies and TV shows, such as Lethal Weapon 4, Dragnet and Home Improvement.
At press time, an autopsy was scheduled to find out the exact cause of death. Meanwhile, Quan is being remembered by thousands of people whose lives he touched.


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1/10/2006 10:38:35 AM | I had the honor of working with Stuart on a project not knowing his background at all. I thought he was just an amazingly talented, funny and hard working individual who was so willing to step up and help others. No pretense. No drama. Simply a wonderful soul who will be greatly missed. My hearfelt condolences to Stuart"s family, friends and students.

Grayce Wey

1/10/2006 10:33:13 AM | Stuart was my Sensei and one of my best friends for more than 15 years. He touched the lives of thousands of people. Through his remarkable spirit and talent, he was able to see the best in us all and show us how to love and respect all things, and how to be the best person we could be. For all of us that had the blessing to train under Stuart, we will forever have a part of him in all of us to grow and share for the rest of our lives. Words can"t express how much Stuart meant to me and how much I"ll miss him.

Jeff Rymer

1/10/2006 10:19:40 AM | God bless his family,R.I.P.,I watched him on movies and t.v.GOD BLESS.....

SIFU LOUIS WILLIAMS

1/10/2006 9:25:32 AM | Stuart was my teacher , mentor and friend. I am so blessed that my son started training with him just a few months ago and was able to test with him . Stuart had an amazing eye for people and what they needed . He would take us to places phyically and spitritually that we had no idea we were capable of. He never stopped pursuing new truths and he he will be missed beyond measure. I have used my training under Sensei stuart as a foundation for my life. Till we meet on the other side Sensei...

david white

1/10/2006 9:16:07 AM | A true master in the arts, I remembering meeting him in Ohio, when he was doing the weapons kata to SWAT back in the day. You will be truly missed! Master Gary Berry, Ohio Shorin Ryu Karate

Master Gary N. Berry, Shorin Ryu Karate, Ohio

1/10/2006 9:00:16 AM | All of us who remember Stuart from the Diamond Nationals are saddened by the news of his untimely death. From Larry Carnahan, Kelly Worley and all of us in Minnesota, our sincere condolences to the Quan family and to all of Stuart"s friends and students.

John Worley

1/10/2006 8:57:36 AM | Sensei Stuart you will never know what a great influence and inspiration that you were to Tyler. You fulfilled his void and needs with confidence, wisdom and respect when he was having his hard time and from this he will always have a piece of you in his heart for everything that he has learned from you in karate. It was a honor knowing you and we were the ones truly blessed to have you in our lives. Your family,Debbie and the children are in our prayers.

Larry, Debbie, and Tyler (purple 2) Sellers

1/10/2006 8:52:23 AM | It is always sad when someone you care about passes. Just by all the responses from people who knew you. I can tell you must have been an exceptional martial artist and person. Your journey in the martial arts world was surely cut to short. Times like these truely remind me how special it is to have the chance to continue to train in the martial arts. Much love and respect.

George Del Cid

1/10/2006 8:47:46 AM | Stuart was living proof of Mastery in the Martial Arts. He really lived it at the highest level. Thanks for sharing so many golden moments of competing, training, and doing demonstrations during our old school West Coast Demo Team days. Stuart your spirit will be with us forever. At a time like this Stuart would probably tells us all to stay strong and united as a family. On behalf of the Ernie Reyes West Coast World Martial Arts Association and Master Tony Thompson we wish Mr. and Mrs. Quan"s family and Stuart"s family our heartfelt prayers.

ERNIE REYES

1/10/2006 8:44:29 AM | I had no the honor to meet Mr. Quan in person, but all I heard, read and see in magazines or movies about him told me that he was a great martialo artist and person too. Only the good people die early. Because GOD need them in heaven to share his glory. My respects to his family. Sifu Rene D. Villacis.Guayaquil,Ecuador,SouthAmerica (rene_villacis@yahoo.com)

rene d. villacis

1/10/2006 8:42:16 AM | i am from kenya with deep condolence fast to his family /freinds /fans and to all who knows him persomal or view him as great martial art.there is no word i can say than bless this guy in future life. only god know. i feel like like i lost a brother. the way i feel it.well i hope the family feel more than i feel.if there are chidren he left. well i hope they follow root and steps of their legend[father]peace in his life,peace in his death and rest in peace .you will always being remebered.

peter balleth

1/10/2006 8:39:03 AM | Dear sir. i hope u will be fine and ok.i am amal gul black belt 3rd dan from pakistan.i want participat in your any tournament and seminar. i hope u will positive repl. thanksss amal gul black belt 3rd dan pakistan

amal gul

1/10/2006 8:34:15 AM | My heart goes out to Stuart"s family and dear friends. Stuart"s champion spirit will live on in the hearts of all who appreciated his talent.

Karen Sheperd

1/10/2006 8:33:14 AM | My heart goes out to his family, friends and students. Never had the honor of meeting him but I know from being an insructor that he touched alot of lifes and he will be missed.

Gerald K. Stephenson

1/10/2006 8:22:37 AM | Knowing you would be at a tournament was a huge inspiration to me. Thank you Stuart, you are awesome! My warmest condolences to your family. Keith

Keith Cooke Hirabayashi

1/10/2006 8:21:05 AM | I have had the privilege in meeting Stuart and at first meeting you already knew this man was special, a humble man who listen to you sincerely with interest in what you had to say. I have to say that I am honored to have met him and he is and always will be a hard act to follow. It is obvious that the world needs guardian angels and Stuart Quan is now one of them. I am thankful to have met a man like him... Rest in peace

David Tadman

1/10/2006 8:14:51 AM | Stuart Quan was one of the pioneers of open and musical forms competition responsible for what is known as extreme martial arts today. He was a showman with awesome martial arts skills, but more importantly a class act credit to our activity. A tournament did not have the same flavor if Stuart, his sister Kathy and "Poppa" Quan were not in attendance. My condolences to his family.

Richard Plowden

1/10/2006 7:58:44 AM | he was very young el era demasiado joven para morir es una pena no tenerlo mas con nosotros fisicamenete pero siempre estara en nuestros recuerdos y haci el nunca morira

fernando halford peña

1/10/2006 7:21:25 AM | On behalf of the United Taekwondo Jidokwan Association, our condolences to the Stuart Quan Family and Martial Artists who interdependently worked with and studied under the direction of Mr. Quan. GM MILLER

Steven H. Miller

1/10/2006 7:12:29 AM | My heartfelt condolences go out to his family, friends and students. You may never know in this life time how his life has touched and guided the lives and spirit of those whom he was close and taught. Nor will we understand why such a great person is called away. He will be missed! Thou will keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on thee: because he trusted in thee. Isaiah 26:3

Master Wayne Spencer

1/10/2006 7:09:12 AM | As this website reveals, a life well-lived resonates. Deepest condolences to Stuart"s family and friends for his untimely departure. He was devoted, talented and a joy.

Karen Huie

1/10/2006 6:45:11 AM | What we as humans lose to the grave, the Lord receives into His arms. I pray for Stuart"s family at this time, that they will come to understand the early death of a loved one.

George Petrotta

1/10/2006 6:39:13 AM | Stuart Quan will not only be deeply missed for his great martial arts skills but also for the great and sincere man that he was. We can all take condolences in the fact that we are all better people for having known him. His spirit will remain with each of us forever. RIP my friend. Our dojo"s deepest condolences to the entire Quan family.

Master Del Rounds, Edinboro Family Martial Arts Center

1/10/2006 6:35:50 AM | You couldn"t met a nicer, honorable person and a great martial artists! Stuart always went out of his way to help others... we know, because he always went out of his way to help us....we will missed you Stuart! Our condolence to his family and friends.

Curtis F. Wong and Jackie Chan

1/10/2006 6:19:08 AM | Stuart was certainly a fine competitor and martial artist, but more importantly, a wonderful human being, whose presence we always valued. My heartfelt condolences to the Quan family.

Joe Corley

1/10/2006 6:14:05 AM | My deepest and sincere condolences to the family, students and friends of Mr. Stuart Quan. He represented the finest representation of the beauty and fury of the arts. Crisp movement with a warriors heart, Stuart will be sorely missed by the whole martial arts community. You will remain in the thoughts of everyone at ateruworldwideassociation.com. Sending our prayers and respect- God Bless.

Kevin Huunjin Cullen - Chairman Ateru Worldwide Association

1/10/2006 6:06:32 AM | sorry for that may bess hem very well we from uganda east africa

eddie g

1/10/2006 5:50:36 AM | To Mr. Stuart Quan: A great warrior, showman, and human being. There are no words. Only the feeling of something special, now missing. Peace to you, And support and condolences to your family. TJ Storm~

TJ Storm

1/10/2006 5:47:01 AM | Sensei has never meant so much more than it does right now. Truly you have gone on before us now to prepare our dojo in the sky. Even as you pass this life your still our eternal teacher. Go in Peace. Your Friends at Kodokan-Tsunami Dojo.

Brian Strickler, Sensei

1/10/2006 5:44:01 AM | This man appears to be a honorable person. I only hope that his students delegate themselves according to how he wanted his techniques to be utilized, which is honorably and respectfully.

sheddrick hunley

1/10/2006 5:18:08 AM |  i am from india my deepest condolence is to his family and his students and varry sad about loosing a martial artiast brother.STUART QUAN was a legand and when every there will be taken a name of karate every one will remember stuart quan.

kaschit solanki

1/10/2006 4:29:30 AM | My deepest condolence to family, friends and students of Master Quan. He was a pleasure to watch work, as his movements were poetry in motion.

GM Ken Melbourne

1/10/2006 4:15:06 AM | My Condolence to his family and friends. When a person passes away and leaves this world, after doing so much for others in need, and to leave the love ones behind to carry on, this is god will. Stuart mission on Earth is completed. once this happens God who gave us, also takes us. We will all meet again. God Blessing be upon all From Clifford Hyde-Gomes From Kent England UK

Master :Shijo: Clifford Hyde-Gomes (8th dan)

1/10/2006 3:29:19 AM | To the family, students, and friends of Sensei Quan.I am very sorry for your loss. You will be in our thoughts and prayers for we also know the pain of losing a loved one from Master PARISI QI.KWAN.DO UK ENGLAND MAY GOD BLESS YOU ALL

master PARISI

1/10/2006 3:01:07 AM |  wy all wish on my behalf and of behalf of all martial artiuset an great liv full of happiness for a fammily of sewart Quand .....

shihan boutafgh aziz

1/10/2006 2:55:45 AM | me my nam is boutafgha aziz rank of 3 dan in martial art andc president of algeria martial art age of 26 year"s old sincerely it"s hard to hear that an great artiste lik steward is lost ..me sincerely i dont know him well but this is great loste for a familly of martial art in all world ....

boutafgha aziz

1/10/2006 2:19:47 AM | I am from India and came to know about the sad demise of Stuart Quan through mail. I never heard about him. But in the martial arts world there are no boundaries. My sincere condolences to the family of a GREAT MARTIAL ARTIST. Renshi Dev Anand, India.

Dev Anand

1/10/2006 2:19:04 AM | Although I was just getting to know Stuart I was impressed with his positive energy. Always encouraging the youth around him evidenced at his tournament held only last month at Hoover High in Fresno. He was always aware respectful and humble giving the sum of his credit to his father. His ever present loving wife was credited with support and the primary driving force behind all his efforts which at the time included the tournament previously mentioned. Briefly knew of Stuart at the Rising Sun Dojo here in Fresno but never got to know him well even then. There were many times I had seen his performances in various movies and other mediums. Never was there a time I can remember he was without a smile. It gives me great sorrow to not have had the chance to get to know him better. On the occasion that I did get to speak with the Master I can say he was always ALWAYS walking in the light of humility. Never did he ever over speak his abilities (he didn"t have to). His abilities spoke for themselves. I will miss him and I will surely miss the opportunity to have gotten to know him even more.

Sensei Bruce Lee McGlynn

1/10/2006 2:10:05 AM | I still remember meeting you at your dojo 10 yrs ago for karate lessons.You were very nice to me.I am very shocked to learn that you"ve passed away at the young age of 42.My sincere condolences to your family.You will always be remebered as a great person and martial artist.Good bye Sensei Quan

Prathee Kanagaratnam

1/10/2006 1:54:57 AM | Master Stuart Quan, You are my hero and my son"s hero. Your leadership and guidance has been in perfect balance. You are an icon, a hero, an inspiration, a dear friend. We love you and will miss you always. Profound condolences to Sensei Debbie and the children.

With deepest admiration of Sensei Stuart Quan

1/10/2006 12:30:34 AM |  Honestly i dont knw him personally but... I admired him for being a good martial artist and a good master to his students,my sincere condolences to your family,friends and students. i also like his cool great moves in his movies. My favorite is the Lethal Weapon 4. He made a great moves there... I know his expertise will leave forever to all the people who know"s him and love him trully and also to those people who idolisd him and im one of them... we will surely be missing you.. your moves and all your good dids ... you will alwyas be remembered and missed by all of us.

Michelle R Fabie

1/10/2006 12:28:56 AM | You inspired me to try my first tournament and were the first to teach me a flying split front kick. You will be missed. My students and I will keep your family in our thoughts and prayers.

John Nottingham, Master Instructor USA Martial Arts

1/10/2006 12:19:39 AM | It"s martial artist like Stuart Quan that set the standard. His skill is enveied by some, admired by others, but respected by all. He was taken to soon. My condolence to Master Quan"s family and frends.

Sensei Bryant Caminero

1/10/2006 12:10:22 AM | I only knew Stuart for a brief time. Not being a Martial Artist, I can only relate to the spirit of the man. His sense of humor and his sense of wonder were wonderful to see and experience. I wish I had knew him better and much, much longer. Rest well, my friend. May God bless you and keep you. You will be remembered, and missed.

Ronald Strong

1/10/2006 12:09:13 AM | Stuart, As I sit here in tears after just finding out about your early departure, I"m struggling to find just the right words to say. But then I can hear your voice in my head just say, "just go for it, there are no mistakes... just write whatever comes into your head. Go!" And then I"d start, but hesitate, and you"d just shoot me a look and say, "And, GO!" God Stu...i"m gonna miss running scenes with you and going over our standup comedy shit. And sitting in Ginza and just catching up with each other. From the day I met you in Brad"s acting class, you touched me. Your honesty, your kind heart. Your toughness. But most of all your vulnerability. I"m not sure how much of that you showed to other people, but that"s the quality I admired about you most. You were secure enough to be vulnerable. I learned a lot from you, brother, and I will always keep you in my heart. And when I get up there, I"m going to kick your ass! I miss you and love you sooo much.

Ken Huber

1/9/2006 11:58:02 PM | From sweat lodges to laughter we shared, I"m a better person for having known you. I’m sure the path you’re on now is brighter now that you"ve arrived.

Kevin Barber

1/9/2006 11:54:24 PM | I remember watching Stuart compete in many national championships over the years. He was a great champion and exceptional martial artist. Our thoughts and prayers go out go out to his family and friends.

Master Dan J. anderson

1/9/2006 11:44:02 PM | Master Stuart Quan,You were a great Teacher ,Competitor and Human being.GOD is receiving a great Warrior to protect the heavens.GOD blees you and my sincere condolences to your family,friends and students.The Martial Arts World will remenber you forever. Sifu Gerardo Garcia/American Kenpo Karate

Gerardo Garcia

1/9/2006 11:02:55 PM | Sensei Stuart Quan. Shining light. The rock. A mountain. My friend. Sensei. To say we"ll miss you is to say too little. But I will say I love you, and I thank you for everything you"ve given these many years to bless the lives of those around you. Oss

Brian Sortor

1/9/2006 11:01:55 PM | To the friends and family of Master Quan, although we are the same age, you were one of my mentors in the martial arts while growing up. It is your light, love and teaching that has graced many of us. You will be sadly missed mentor, friend and teacher. Be with God and be in peace. Our love and prayers go out to you my mentor and your family. Good bye sir.

Sabunim Dennis DeMeyere

1/9/2006 10:37:32 PM | Death is such a hard task-master. A child"s death is the hardest to understand. But, from all experience is born new knowledge. If we but look and hope, new life can be found beyond the tears of grief.

Master Bob Smith-Hawaii

1/9/2006 10:35:21 PM | To the family, students, and friends of Master Quan, one so special, we send you our love and prayers. USADOJO.COM

Dana L. Stamos

1/9/2006 10:16:13 PM | Dear Master Stuart Quan:God gave you a beautiful talent to share with us. You were the bright star and you are not gone, you will still be shining like others that were gone before you, like Ed Parker,Peter Urban,Bruce Lee,Mas Oyama,LaPuPPet etc...angels don`t died, you earned your wings. I wish you the best. sincerely. and god bless all of those that missed you always.

Edgar Serrano Orta

1/9/2006 9:55:53 PM | To the family, students, and friends of Sensei Quan.I am very sorry for your loss. You will be in our thoughts and prayers for we also know the pain of losing a loved one.

Senior Master Jerry A. Hyde and students

1/9/2006 9:43:29 PM | I did not know Mr. Quan, but I was shocked to learn that this champion was taken at such a young age. My master instructor shared the sad news of this loss with us tonight, and told of the admiration he held for him. May he be blessed as he trains at the ultimate level.

Bill Null

1/9/2006 9:40:45 PM | Our hearts, thoughts and prayers go out to your family and friends. We were stunned to learn of your passing. We love Debi and only met you briefly. We know of her love for you so you must have been a wonderful person.

Dr Peters, Lori, Marlene, Mary, Abby, Donna, Tami, Jonelle

1/9/2006 9:23:00 PM | To a martial arts brother who I did not have the pleasure to meet or know of until receiving this sad news-may God bless your family and friends. I will train with you on the other side and learn a great many things. Until then have a great trip and enjoy paradise.

Sensei Erskine isaac-Vee Arnis Jitsu

1/9/2006 9:22:53 PM | STUART WAS MY SON"S FRIEND AND MY FRIEND, WE ALL LOVED HIM AND HIS ACCOMPLISHMENTS. RED DRAGON KARATE STUDIOS WISHES THE FAMILY AND FRIENDS OF STUART ARE SINCERE CONDOLENCES, MY GOD BLESS AND PROTECT THEM AND MY GOD BLESS AND WELCOME STUART.

SHIHAN LOUIS CASAMASSA

1/9/2006 9:03:22 PM | R.I.P. Great One

Msrcos Lopez

1/9/2006 8:57:05 PM | Your early passing is also a powerful lesson that death comes to us all regardless of how great our skill, how successful we are, how great a human being we were or how much we are loved by our friends, family and martial community and yet, even though you are gone, so much of you lives on in each of us whose lives you touched. The quality of your light and love will never die. Good Journey!

Peter Hill

1/9/2006 8:49:20 PM | Although I only had the honor to meet you once in 1988 at the Battle of Atlanta, you were one of my mentors of martial arts. You were so kind to me and I will never forget that day. We have suffered a great loss to our community. My prayers go out to all of his family, friends, and students.

Eric Myers

1/9/2006 8:48:11 PM |  I was saddend at the news of his passing. My thoughts go out to his family. One of the gaints of Sport Karate. I was a big fan of Stuart Quan when he was burning up the PKL tournament circuit, during an era when there really was only one true national sport karate circuit. probably best remembered back then for his flying kama routine to the theme from the 70"s TV show SWAT which many later emulated but noone equalled. I was delighted to spot his face in the movie comedy Dragnet among others and knew his success would continue on. He will be missed.

Melvin Roberts

1/9/2006 8:43:22 PM | I remember Stuart as a teenager doing kata and impressing us as judges. He will be sorely missed and his great deeds will live long after we are all passed. Rest in Peace Bro

Dan Tosh

1/9/2006 8:01:59 PM | Stuart was an inspiration to me as a competitor and as a person, he accomplished great things in his life. This world was a brighter, more exciting place because he was here. My prayers go out to his family and students.

Mike Fillmore

1/9/2006 7:59:34 PM | I met you in the early 80"s when I was just a child learning the arts. You gave me some wonderful advice on Kata and competition aspects that have blessed me with many wins over the years. I will pray for you and always remember your skills, determination and advice as I cherished it as much as a child as I still do today.

S. M. Franz

1/9/2006 7:52:58 PM | Unfortunately I have never had the opportunity to meet Master Stuart Quan. However I did envy his Martial Arts skills and loved his acting career. May The Heavens Above Bless And Comfort His Family At This Time. Master Stuart Quan"s Spirit Will Live On As Long As We Continue To Practice And Teach The Martial Arts.

Master George Hetah

1/9/2006 7:50:05 PM | To my cousin Stuart, I don"t understand why you were taken from us, but I do know God does everything for a reason. You will be greatly missed by everyone. I will cherish the memories made over the years. I love you and will miss you cousin Stuart.

Sabrina Aliece Quan

1/9/2006 7:44:41 PM |  If I’ve learned anything down through my martial art years, it’s that nothing beautiful in this world is really lost – Those we cherish will always live on in our hearts and memory. My sincere Condolences to the Stuart Quan family, students and friends.

Richard S. Bustillo

1/9/2006 7:38:37 PM | I don"t understand why God took you home so soon. Like Bruce Lee we are stunned, confused, and disappointed. However, I KNOW for certain GOD is ALWAYS right, so HIS reason will be known in time. Someone might even come to know Jesus Christ because of this situation. At any rate GOD"S WILL be done. May the Family be Blessed dispite the Circumstances. Being in Heaven with his Creator is a good place to be. www.keichudo.com

Karl William Marx Sr (Pastor)

1/9/2006 7:36:19 PM | snesi stuart, you were a grate teacher, and a awsome friend, thank you so much for everything you have tought me! I will miss you, friend Oss L.J. Say

L.J Say

1/9/2006 7:18:12 PM | The Martial Arts community has lost a true teacher, friend and Champion. Our thoughts and prayers are for him and his love ones. May God be with his family in their time of grief. We will all miss you.

Shihan Tim Thompson

1/9/2006 7:05:18 PM | The martial arts world has lost a great champion, teacher and human being. Your spirit of competition and your passion for the arts inspired thousands you met and taught along your journey. You will be missed by all. My sincere and respectful condolences to your family.

George Chung

1/9/2006 6:15:39 PM | The Martial Arts community has lost a true Bushi (Warrior) may his sprit live on for all who knew him. We offer our condolences to his family and students. May God Bless you all Goshin Budo Kai Shin Bu Kan Dojo Cheshire Conn, USA

Shihan Allen Nealy

1/9/2006 5:42:18 PM | I stand with all Martial Artists from all styles in sorrow for the loss of our Fellow Martial Artist Stuart Quan. May God be with his fmaily in their time of greif. Kyoshi Joe Williams

Kyoshi Joe Williams

1/9/2006 5:36:43 PM | I had the pleasure of meeting Stuart and his lovely wife at Dragonfest some years ago. In that brief time we spoke, I could tell he was a martial arts instructor who sincerely cared about his students. My condolences to his family.

Jerry Poteet

1/9/2006 5:10:25 PM | he will be sadly missed....but now he is with the almighty..amen

harry james harth III

1/9/2006 5:05:31 PM | I have never met you but I have heard of you. It hard when one looses a friend, teacher, Dad and husband. I sure you have touched many peoples lives because you were a martial arts instructor and people look up to you. Part of you will live on forever, through the lives you have touch with your heart. May God have a special place for you my martial arts brother. Peace, Love and Soul

John McNabney - Purple Dragon Studio

1/9/2006 4:50:05 PM | I admit --I was afraid to fight you Stuart. You were SO fast and so dynamic. Competing with you was an honor...but friend, you"ve gone too early! Strange that just last week I was thinking of you, wondering how to reach you. My sincere condolences to your loved ones –and, on behalf of your friends at West Coast Martial Arts and those of us in the Ultimate Black Belt Test who knew you, we will miss you.

Tom Callos

1/9/2006 4:25:37 PM | Each of us have had the priviledge of being able to study the martial arts sometime over the last 40 plus years. The martial arts is part of our lives, it is who we are. We have come to know great individuals, champions, pioneers and masters. Some we have known personally, some we know only by name and reputation. Nevertheless, we have come to appreciate these beautiful artforms that we cherish so dearly and those who became our inspiration. However, when one of our own leaves us, it is felt by the whole martial arts community. Stuart Quan was one of the bright and shinning lights of the tournament circuit. He was not only a top-rated competitor, but an excellent example of the spirit of the martial arts. I was priviledged to know Stuart personally throughout his tournament career and beyond. I was deeply sadden to hear of his passing. On behalf of the Martial Arts History Museum and the entire martial arts community, we send our prayers, thoughts and condolences to his wife and family. His legacy will continue to be an inspiration for many generations to come.

Michael Matsuda, Museum President

1/9/2006 4:07:57 PM | Stuart was my mentor, friend and someone that I looked up to for years.
My deepest condolences to his wife, kids and family.
I will miss you my friend.

Fariborz Azhakh

Business Phone: 559 779 4462
Web Site: http://stuartquan.com/



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