Robert Allemier Death, Obituary – We are very sorry to inform you that Grand Master Robert Allemier has died away; his passing has left us with a heavy heart. We deliver this information to you with a sorrowful heart. The invaluable leadership he contributed to ATA Martial Arts and the unwavering dedication he shown toward the organization will live on in our hearts and minds forever. Both Grand Master Allemier and Eternal Grand Master HU Lee were pivotal figures in the evolution of ATA into what it is today. Grand Master Allemier was a remarkable pioneer who played a key role in the creation of ATA. It is impossible to exaggerate how much of an impact he has had on both our organization and the wider world of martial artists.
His contributions have been invaluable in both arenas. The insight he possessed and the zeal with which he pursued perfection have all contributed to the indelible mark he has left on our thoughts and feelings. Even as we express our sorrow over the loss of a revered leader, let us take this opportunity to rejoice in the life he led and the legacy he leaves behind. Let us recall the influence he had on the lives of the students he taught and the martial artists he inspired so that we can pay tribute to the countless individuals whose lives he altered, the students he directed, and the martial artists he inspired.
We shall continue to turn to his teachings and ideas for guidance as we try to safeguard the ideals that were the foundation of ATA when it was first established. We want the family, friends, and students of Grand Master Allemier to know that they are in our thoughts and prayers as they go through this difficult time. We are thinking about all of you. Our deepest sympathies go out to everyone whose lives have been disrupted as a direct result of his passing, and we offer our condolences. We will never forget Grand Master Robert Allemier, and we will hold in the highest regard the knowledge that he passed on to us. We shall keep his memory alive for all time. It is only just that he be allowed to pass away in the knowledge that those whose lives he touched will carry on his work long after he is gone. He has earned the right to be laid to rest in peace.