Fallen Fighter; Tribute to Frank Mafnas

Posted by: John W. Zimmer
Under: karate
19 Jan 2010

8 Responses to “Fallen Fighter; Tribute to Frank Mafnas”

  1. MarksTraining.com Says:

    Sorry to hear about your loss. Always hard when someone from the martial arts world, who is in great shape passes.

  2. kimko Says:

    my AKK brother Frank I will miss you…you always made me laugh with your joking around…..damn brudda i miss you

  3. TheMartialArtsReporter Says:

    John,
    I am very sorry for your loss.
    Frank must have been a really great guy
    and he obviously gave this world a lot.
    He will definitely be missed.
    Frank Mafnas, R.I.P.
    .-= TheMartialArtsReporter´s last blog ..Judo: No Kicking And Punching, But It Can Still Hurt Like Hell! =-.

  4. John W. Zimmer Says:

    Thanks guys for your kind words. Yes Frank will be missed by all of his friends and family.

  5. Dan Says:

    Frank was one of my first instructor in mira mesa. He will truly be remembered.

  6. Sly Says:

    I never met Frank but his passing is so tragic. My heart goes out to all his family and his friends. What a wonderful tribute here.

    R.I.P. Frank.

  7. Austin Hanshew Says:

    I really appriciate this blog about by step Dad he was not only the father figure i never had but a friend and Care taker we were in the process of training myself and to have lost him i have lost my sparing partner and weights training partner i miss him to an unbeleivable extent and glad thati wasnt the only person in the world to have known him.

  8. Robert Johnson Says:

    Wow, sorry to hear about this. I was one of Frank’s students when he was teaching in Mira Mesa. He was a great teacher. I always enjoyed his sense of humor and his relaxed style.