Clemente Bañas Tevar (September 21, 1927 – April 16, 2018) was a lifelong educator and worked as a public schoolteacher.
Description and symbolism:
The golden eagle symbolises rising for excellence and answering the call of duty as exemplified by the armiger’s lifelong career as an educator. The eagle is prominently placed in chief to represent the higher ideal of “Rising Above.” The eagle also points to the armiger’s residence and final resting place of Davao City.
The fleur-de-lis is adopted from the official insignia of the Boy Scouts of the Philippines to which the armiger was a lifelong ardent member even to the point of having the BSP logo carved in his headstone. He achieved the honor of being a Four-Beaded Scout for the BSP.
The Or bordure signifies the strong unity of the family encircling its chosen ideals. The Sable tincture represents deep respect to the history and legacy of the Tevar clan.
Blazon: Shield: Sable, in chief an eagle displayed, in base a fleur-de-lis, all within a bordure Or.
Assumed/granting authority: Assumed, August 17, 2020 (posthumously prescribed as the Tevar Clan’s heraldic progenitor, as authorized and sanctioned by Clemente Tevar’s children and current elders of the Tevar Clan). Registered, Philippine Armorial, October 29, 2020.
Information and image submitted by the progenitor of the Armiger.