Karl Ian Dave G Lemoncito

Emblazonment by the Armiger.

Karl Ian Dave G Lemoncito was born in and lives in Cayagan de Oro City. He is a member of the Villanueva and Rosales clan of Butuan and Agusan. He is a BSBA graduate in human resource management from Liceo de Cagayan University and has been a human resources practitioner for seven years.

Description and symbolism:

The color red expresses conviction and strength for the Armiger, while the color blue evokes loyalty and faith.

The eagle represents the Philippine Eagle which is native to Mindanao where the Armiger is located. It is also a symbol of the College of Business and Accountancy from which he graduated, and a general reflection of his visions in life. The keys represent the Armiger’s loyalty to the Catholic church, while the quill recalls the patrons of his community, St. Augustine of Hippo and St. Teresa de Avila, both doctors of the Church.

The lion represents courage and bravery, qualities essential to a human resources practitioner, as well as his fervor to face challenges without hesitation and with courage and strategy. The gold waves represent the Cagayan De Oro River, a symbol of the Armiger’s hometown.

The motto captures the Armiger’s belief that activities should be performed with a proper balance of urgency and diligence. In his view, if tasks are rushed too quickly then mistakes are made and good long-term results are not achieved. Work is best done in a state of flow in which one is fully engaged by the task and there is no sense of time passing.

Blazon: Shield: Azure on a base barry wavy Or and Azure a lion rampant bearing a sword Argent on a mount Vert, on a chapé embowed Gules to dexter an eagle displayed Argent, to sinister a quill Argent surmounted by two keys in saltire Argent and Or.

Crest: A lion passant Or armed and langued Gules.

Motto: Festina Lente (“Make Haste Slowly”).

Assumed/granting authority: Assumed, October 22, 2021. Registered, Philippine Armorial, October 25, 2021.

Image and description submitted by the Armiger.

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