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Old 08-04-2014, 10:24 AM   #1
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Dojo: Searching for a new home
Location: Delaware (<3 still in Oregon!)
Join Date: Apr 2009
Posts: 1,004
Help Locating a Friend (I'm Worried)

Hey guys. I know it's been a while since I've been on here. I haven't really stepped foot in a dojo since I left Oregon in 2011. I was hoping you all might be able to help me find a friend. I have been keeping contact with him via phone (we've been speaking every few weeks for three years) and all the sudden I haven't heard from him in the last couple of months and that isn't really like him...

He was in Tous, NM training with Craig Dunn for a while and then he went to Colorado Springs and I spoke with him a bit there and he said he was sticking around there to find some transmission work and he said he was going to find a dojo there, but then I lost contact with him. Do any of you train in the CS's area? I am going to reach out to a couple dojo's in the area, but I thought I would reach out to you guys first. I spoke to Craig Dunn in case Mike got back in contact with them, but he claims to not have spoken with him since.

Just in case you all need/want some info: his name is Mike Mordoc, he's a sandan, drives a pickup truck and he usually has his two little black schipperke dog's with him (Bebe & Chewie). Most people find him intimidating or intense, but he is actually a pretty laid back guy.

Thanks for your help guys!!!

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