Ramoncito T. Geslaya is a chemistry teacher in Saudi Arabia. He was born in Manila and completed a BS in Chemistry at Central Luzon State University.
Description and symbolism:
On the shield, the balangay ship represents the armiger’s overseas career. The waves represent his home town of Marilao, which features a river. The three rice stacks in the chief each refer to Geslaya’s education, profession, and career. The colors green and yellow recall those of his alma mater, Central Luzon State University. In the crest, the sea lion is a national reference to the Philippines. The Latin motto Pes Meus Stetit in Directo literally translates to “my foot has stood in the right direction”, a tenet of righteousness and integrity.
Blazon: Shield: Or issuing from a base wavy Azure charged with two barrulets wavy Argent, a Philippine balangay ship Gules, on a chief Vert three rice stacks Or.
Crest: A sea lion Or, grasping in its dexter paw a quill of the last.
Motto: Pes Meus Stetit in Directo (“My foot has stood in the right direction”)
Assumed/granting authority: Assumed, 2021. Registered, Philippine Armorial, June 21, 2021.
Information and image submitted by the Armiger.
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