Jet Tevar is a content marketing executive in ibex Global. He has been in the BPO industry for 10 years. He has a BA in English from UP Mindanao, and is an advocate for propagating Filipino culture.
Description and symbolism:
The eagle is a highly symbolic charge representing soaring towards excellence. It also points to the armiger’s hometown of Davao City where the eagle is a prominent symbol.
The armiger subscribes to the concept of leader and follower, thus incorporating two eagles on opposing positions. The arms is colloquially called “Dosaguilas” because of this feature.
The fleur-de-lis is adopted from the official insignia of the Boy Scouts of the Philippines to which the armiger’s grandfather was a lifelong ardent member even to the point of having the BSP logo carved in his headstone.
The three fleur-de-lis represent the values of family, duty, and honor. The Vert and Or tinctures symbolize resilience and excellence, respectively.
Blazon: Shield: Vert, a bend Or charged with three fleur-de-lis erect in Vert in between two eagles displayed Or.
Assumed/granting authority: Assumed, August 19, 2020. Registered, Philippine Armorial, October 29, 2020.
Information and image submitted by the Armiger.