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Maintained by Guro Dennis
Martial Arts Titles & Inductions Awarded include: United States Martial Arts Hall of Fame (Most Distinguished Female Grandmaster) - 2007 El Paso Proclamation Declaring 17 June as Dr Gaudiosa Ruby Day - 2003 o (See picture of Proclamation on the Tuhon History page.) Hawaiian Martial Arts International Society - 2003 Member of World Martial Arts Hall of Fame Board of Directors - 1995 World Martial Arts Hall of Fame (Grandmaster of the Year) - 1995 World Martial Arts Hall of Fame (Diamond Lifetime Achievement Award) - 1994 World Martial Arts Hall of Fame ((Ph.D. World Certified Instructor Certificate) - 1994 El Paso Boxing-Karate Hall of Fame of Texas (Inductee) - Aug. 1993 Queen of Filipino Martial Arts -- Awarded Aug. 26, 1989 by Grandmaster Leo T. Gaje Jr. (Member of the Blackbelt Hall of Fame and President of Pekiti-Tirsia International and a member of the National Kali Association of the Philippines)
Law Enforcement Self Defense Training includes: United States Kali Association Inc. Law Enforcement Self Defense Tactics Division (Director) Sep. 1990 to Present Police Tactics Instructors of America (Southwest Regional Director) June 1994 International Police Strategic Defense Training Force (Instructor) May 1992 USKA Law Enforcement International (Registered Instructor) 1988 - 1989
Martial Arts Training includes: Comjuka-Kali Systems, El Paso, Texas (Grandmaster & Founder) Oct. 8, 1989 Laban Tulisan Kali-Eskrima, Luisiana Laguna, Philippines (Director) Apr. 26, 1992 Kung-Fu Wing Chun Style, Athens Greece (Honorary Sifu) Jan. 1992 United States Karate Association (Yudansha) Dec. 1991 United States Kali Association Incorporated (Director) Sep. 1990 Lameco Eskrima International, Manila, Philippines (Master) Oct. 15, 1989 Wado Karate School, Angles City, Philippines (Blackbelt 1st Degree) Apr. 1, 1972 Kung-Fu/Kuntaw School, Angles City, Philippines (Blackbelt 1st Degree) Mar. 1972 Filipino-American Karate School, GoJu-Ryu Do, Angles City, Philippines (Blackbelt 1st Degree) Sep. 12, 1970 Comjuka School, Angles City, Philippines (Blackbelt 1st Degree) Oct. 30, 1970
Tuhon Gaudiosa Sarno Ruby Daughter of Takyo Garcia and Teofilla Garcia, Tuhon was born in Cebu City, Central Visayas, Philippines, in 1944. Tuhon attended Columban College in Olongapo City Zambalas, Philippines And also attended the East Standard Institute of Arts and Sciences. Due to a very hard upbringing and violent assaults in the Philippines, young Gaudiosa began studying martial arts vowing never to be a victim again. After years of studying several styles of martial arts she came to the United States. She is credited by the Consulate General of the Philippines, Alfredo C. Lanuza, for introducing, practicing, and establishing the Philippine Martial Art of Comjuka in the United States. Tuhon Ruby now resides in El Paso, Texas with her husband Punong Guro Gary Ruby where she founded the Comjuka-Kali Systems and later established the Filipino Martial Arts Hall of Fame. Tuhon and Punong Guro Gary have a daughter and two sons, Mary June, Aaron, and Samuel, respectively. Guro Sammy is the youngest of the three children and has established himself as an accomplished and very proficient practitioner and instructor in Comjuka-Kali Systems and has earned the title as Prince of Comjuka Kali Systems due to the years of tutelage under his mother, Tuhon Gaudiosa Ruby
Tuhon Gaudiosa Ruby BIO