Great Grand Master Dana Miller
Great Grand Master Dana Miller has been involved in Martial Arts for over 50 years, teaching
and training in each of the last five decades (60's, 70's, 80's, 90's and 00's).
He has seen fads and changes and has participated in the development of what has become
American Martial Arts.
Many of his students have become Masters. His unique teaching style and
innovative training methods are used in schools across the U.S. He is
highly sought after by leading Martial Artists and Masters of many Martial Arts for
his insightful knowledge in the development and usage of energy (Qi) in both healing
and combat applications.
- President of 3M Corporation's Chinese Boxing Club, 1975-1994
- Master Level Chuan Lu Chinese Boxing society, 1979
- Head of Family, U.S. Chuan Fa Association, 1992-present
- Grand Master of the Year, World Martial Arts Hall of Fame, inducted 1993
- Member of the World Head of Family Sokeship Council (WHFSC), 1994
- Inductee WHFSC International Martial Arts Hall of Fame, 1994
- Awarded Professor of Martial Arts Degree, 1998
- Certified Personal Trainer, 1996
- Graduate of Three Rivers Crossing, Center for Qigong and Traditional Chinese Healing, 1996
- Member National Qigong Association USA, 1997
- Certified Medical Qigong Instructor, 1998
- Member Qigong Empowerment Association, 1998
- Honorary 10th Level, "Police Use of Force Combat Tactics", 2008
Currently Master Miller is President of the USCF Association and Chief Instructor of
Pine City Martial Arts School, Pine City, MN.
Master Peter Rudh
Master Rudh has been a student of USCF for more than 25 years and he teaches a small
group of students in Northwest Minnesota. He is known and respected for
his honesty and integrity. It is often remarked by his peers how respectful
he is toward others, regardless of rank. One of the most sought after training
partners, Master Rudh has been an example to others and it is an honor to have him in the
USCF Association. Pete has black sashes in Zu Wei Shu Kung Fu and Kenpo.
He has studied most of the major programs of USCF and is currently a Fifth Level Black
Sash and Keeper of the Leopard energy of the USCF Association.
Master Steve Kubik
Steve Kubik has been a USCF member for 25 years and teaches a class in Southwest
North Dakota. After a career in fire fighting, Steve moved to Southwest North
Dakota where he runs a horse ranch and tack and clothing store and teaches a martial arts class.
Steve is a Third Level Black Sash in the Zu Wei Shu Warrior program, and an instructor
level in the teacher and healer programs. He is certified in Three Rivers
Qi Gong and is presently pursuing other energy healing methods. He is recognized
by the USCF Association as a Fifth Level Black Sash.
Master Robert Berube
Bob Berube has been a student of USCF longer than any other members.
A physicist by profession and a PHD, he is constantly sought out by martial artists
of all ranks and styles for his intellectual views and opinions. He is highly
respected for his depth of character and wisdom of life, and it is seldom that any
major decisions concerning USCF are made without running them by "Uncle Bob."
He is the Keeper of the auspicious "Turtle" energy (one of the four celestial creatures)
and has been an integral part in the formation and development of the USCF Association.
Mike Kaiser has been in USCF for 20+ years and keeps the St. Paul group together
when Grand Master Miller is out of town. Mike is an electrician by trade and
his ability for study has made him an accomplished martial arts teacher. He
has studied most of the USCF programs and has a Second Level Black Sash in Kenpo
along with his 4th level in the USCF program (Crane).
Gary Peterson has more than 20 years in martial arts and has a Second Dan in Chuan
Lo as well as a First Dan in Kenpo. Gary brings a unique energy to class and
it has been a pleasure having him in our association.
Glen Lee was Grand Master Miller's first student 35 years ago and is known for his
sparring skills and adherence to the more classical ideals of martial arts.
After his first five years he has been out of the mainstream of USCF and is a private
Zu Wei Shu student. Probably born 100 years too late, he is often hunting
or fishing in the North Land.