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Peter Zebulon Acuff


Registration number 20080919A


This certifies that the heraldic arms of Peter Zebulon Acuff are registered as an original design and described by the blazon below

Arms: Vert, a chevron Azure fimbriated Or, three cross crosslets Or in chief.
Crest: On a wreath Or and Azure a Great Blue Heron proper.
Motto: Tro Creideamh (translation: By Faith)
Badge: On an ellipse Vert, a roundel Azure fimbriated Or, charged with a cross crosslet Or.


Biographical information

Born in 1978 to John and Sherry (Pride) Acuff, Peter Zebulon ĎZebí Acuff grew up in Delaware and developed his love for the outdoors through Boy Scouts and sailing on Chesapeake Bay. After earning a bachelorís degree in Natural Resource Management from the University of Delaware in 2001, he attended graduate school for Urban Planning and Natural Resource Policy at the University of Michigan. Following the receipt of his dual masterís degrees, Zeb married Tiffany Webster, whom he met while in Michigan. Both Zeb and Tiffany have gone out into the world, teaching disciplemaking in obedience to Jesus Christís Great Commission. Their son, Isaac Caleb, was born in 2006; they expect their second child in spring 2009.

Design rationale

The tinctures used represent land and water, echoing Zebís passion for the environment. Blue and gold also stand for Zebís two alma maters, the University of Delaware and the University of Michigan, while green is his favorite color. The cross crosslets individually symbolize the evangelism of the Gospel to the four corners of the world; collectively, the three figures represent the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. The chevron both stands for Zebís chosen profession of urban planning (allied with the building trades) and echoes his heritage in the Scottish Clan Mackay.The Great Blue Heron of the crest suggests environmental concern, a love of birding, and Zebís upbringing in the Mid-Atlantic/Chesapeake Bay area.

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Armiger

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Personal, Original, US, A

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