Samuel Joseph Lone Wolf
Samuel Joseph Lone Wolf, Professor was born during the Wani Weti Wi (the moon of winter – November 28, 1949). He was very sick as a baby and his father decided the best way for his son to recover was through martial arts.
His father taught him Goshin Jitsu. His father learned from Sgt. John Chow Hoon, brother of William Kwai Sun Chow Hoon (founder of the Chinese Kara Ho Kempo System). Lone Wolf’s father studied at Schoefield Barracks in Honolulu, Hawaii. His father was an M.P. at the base.
Lone Wolf met Keith See and learned KSDI – Kajukenbo. He trained with Professor Thomas Young in Hawaii Kosho Kenpo Ryu Jiu Jitsu. Other instructors of Lone Wolf included Shodai Soke Michael De Pasquale, Sr. (Yoshitsume Waza of Hakko Ryu Jiu Jitsu). Lone Wolf earned a Fifth Dan in Hakko Ryu Jiu Jitsu.
Lone Wolf studied Karate (Goju Ryu) under several Grand Masters including Aaron Banks; Ronnie Van Clief; Owen Watson; Ron Taganashi; Louie Delgado; Peter Urban and several other great pioneers of Goju Ryu in America.
Dr. Samuel J. Lone Wolf was awarded 10 Dan in Shorei Goju by Headmaster Douglas Dwyer, Okinawan Goshin Ryu Karate by Grand Master Dr. Juan Otera and the Hawaiian Martial Arts International Society. Dr. Lone Wolf prefers to be called Sensei and answer to the rank of Hachi Dan (8th) Kun obi. Dr. Lone Wolf trained in several other styles of martial arts and he continues today, learning all that he can.