Jempy Neyman Krav Maga Instructor

Krav Maga Pearland

Jempy Neyman

Jempy Neyman studied boxing, unarmed combat, and received his Army Airborne Jump Wings at the United States Air Force Academy. He has been a life long athlete studying the martial arts of Tae Kwon Do, Okinawan Shorin Ryu Karate, and Matsubayashi Ryu Karate. He became a member of krav Haganah in 2008 and received his Black Belt in 2014. He believes in mentorship and passing down wisdom and knowledge. Jempy assists and sometimes teaches the Krav Haganah class, Boxing, Muay Thai Kickboxing, Knife Fighting, BJJ and Aikido.

Jempy graduated from the United States Air Force Academy Preparatory School in June 1963 where he studied boxing and unarmed combat. He graduated from the United States Air Force Academy in June 1967 where he received Army Airborne Jump Wings, and studied boxing and unarmed combat. He was a three year letterman in indoor and outdoor track and cross country and held the record for the indoor 1000 yard run and outdoor 880 yard dash.

Upon graduation became an Air Force meteorologist until resigning commission in December 1976.

Vietnam tour from 03/1970-1971. Assigned to the Studies and Observations Group ( MAC SOG) at Command and Control North (CCN) as an Airborne Weather Officer supporting the U.S. Army Special Forces on cross border reconnaissance missions along the Ho Chi Minh Trail in Laos.

Civilian career in the finance sector from January 1977 until retirement in November 2014 with the exception of 1979-1981 when he worked as an environmental consultant. He was an energy lender/workout specialist for several commercial banks in St. Louis, MO and Houston, TX; worked for Enron Corp for 10 years as a merchant banker prior to the 2001 bankruptcy filing providing risk capital to energy clients, and 5 years post-bankruptcy in various capacities including managing an energy investment portfolio, a venture capital portfolio, President of Enron Wind, President of Azurix (Enron's water business), negotiating the sale of Houston Pipeline to AEP for $80M and negotiating the settlement of several large power plant contracts. He served on the boards of several private portfolio companies. From 2006 until his retirement in 2014 he worked for Flotek Industries Inc., a NYSE listed oil field services company in Houston, conducting mergers and acquisitions until promotion to Executive Vice President an Chief Financial Officer.


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