Lilly Urquidez Rodriguez

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12/10/2011 10:50:18 AM | Gracias , to the entire Rodriguez,Urquidez Family. I am a better person just for knowing you. Blinky , Lilly GOD bless you .

Michael C de Baca

11/20/2011 10:24:20 AM | Can I say that this entire family, Benny, Lilly, Blinky-so human so real, trained with Lilly and Benny at the Jet Center...a memorable experience...has stayed with me my entire life...I was 23 and this was over 20 years ago...warriors ....Lilly...a great instructor...tough! real!...human...beautiful and great to know her and I am lucky to still have her my heart...thanks Sensei Lilly....

Laura Reyes

11/8/2011 10:52:39 AM | Wishing you and your family Blessings and sadness at your loss.May Gods hand be apon you all your days.God Bless

keith kugel

11/6/2011 8:07:54 PM | in loving memory of my tia lilly truly the most talented woman, i think that martial arts is in debt to her for all that she brought to the arts, i remember being in the gym when i was young watching her train with all my family and thinking to my self,WOW!! i was allways proud to say thats my aunt "THE CHAMP",, if you ever had the chance to see her fight or to be in her presence you were blessed, be thankful because i am!!!! I LOVE YOU TIA LILLY and will allways remember the time we have together.....


11/6/2011 12:07:08 PM | This tribute to a pioneer in women"s participation in the martial arts is inspirational and showcases Lilly"s talent, dedication to the martial arts and her giving spirit. She was truly a remarkable woman and her contributions to the art of kickboxing and martial arts in general will not be forgotten.

Sandra Clark

11/6/2011 7:50:08 AM | This is a wonderful and well deserved tribute to a pioneer in women"s boxing and kickboxing. Lilly"s legacy and the contribution she made to the martial arts community continues to live in those who she inspired.

Robert Barrett

11/6/2011 7:49:19 AM | This is a beautiful memorial to one who made great contributions to The Arts. So many of us are so fortunate for her legacy.

Bill Null

11/6/2011 7:48:21 AM | A great tribute for a Great woman,Vaya Con Dios. Vic Antico Rome Italy


11/4/2011 1:21:46 PM | What a beughtiful women, she is truly an inspiration to martial artist everywhere.

Jonathan Loyhayem

11/3/2011 9:43:17 PM | This is a beautiful dedication to such an amazing woman and person. She was a part of a truly amazing family and a pioneer for women"s kickboxing.

Ronald Rochel

11/3/2011 2:30:07 PM | What a wonderful tribute to such an influential person to the world of Martial Arts. Our condolences to the Urqidez family.

Pedro Font

11/3/2011 2:29:51 PM | Beautiful hearted woman of GOD, praying the LORD comfort your family in knowing she is with HIM. God Bless the family, AMEN!

Lisa Perez

11/3/2011 11:42:22 AM | What an inspiration to all kickboxers and fighters, not just women. Much love and thank you for all you have contributed.

Sensei Ash

11/3/2011 11:28:13 AM | What a great dedication for one of the greatest women martial artists the world has ever known! A pioneer for woman"s kickboxing, and part of a legendary family. Though I never had the privilege to meet her, I know she touched many lives.

Brandon Florian

11/3/2011 7:17:06 AM | Benny, my prayers and thoughts go out to you- she is with Christ and that"s Not a bad place to be- Chuck Williams- student of the late great Tino Tuiolosega

Chuck Williams

11/3/2011 7:16:44 AM | knowing about Lilly, it really inspired me to encaurage my two daughters, Banylla and Stella to work hard and to be successful in the Shotokan karate competition tournament.

Diwarson Nongrang

11/3/2011 7:16:23 AM | Osu Benny, wir sind in deiner Erinnerung bei dir und fhlem mit dir. Team Budokai-Valentin

Peter Valentin

11/2/2011 10:08:27 PM | If it was not for this wonderful person Lilly, Respectfully Sensei Lilly and her family I would not be the person I am today. As a youth, I thought I only had two choices in life good or bad right or left. Lilly and the Urquidez Family tought me different. There was only one choice and that was to trust our life in Christ. We were called out of street life and given the chance to do just that. In the Gym we would be tought to work hard and first be a Champion in Gods Eye before our own. We fought spiritually, mentally and physically our lives changed for ever. Thank You so much Sensei Lil for your wise words. You are a true mentor as I traveled the path from youth to a Man of Christ. Agape, I will never forget you! Officer Kenneth Caldera, US Customs & Border Protection (Kenny The Kid)

Kenneth Caldera

11/2/2011 3:25:18 PM | This is a beautiful tribute to a beautiful person. I had the honor of being in class with her when she took Sensei Benny"s class while he was out of town. She had a magic about her, tough, yet gentle. Really an amazing woman.

Michelle Belair

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Martial Arts Chronology

8/1/1947  Lilly Urquidez Rodriguez was born