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Lisa Ann DelMonte


Registration number 20081021G


This certifies that the heraldic arms of Lisa Ann DelMonte which honor her father Michael Rocque DelMonte are registered and described by the blazon below

Arms: Azure, a bend dovetailed Or surmounted of a bend Gules charged with three trimounts all between in chief a wreath of oak leaves and in base an anchor Or.
Crest: A seal lion rampant Gules.
Motto: Spiritis Officina per Manus




Biographical information

Michael Rocque DelMonte was born August 16, 1923. His brothers are Frank, Mariano, Joseph, and Cesare and his sister Jenny -- the first generation born in America. He is the fourth son of Cesare L. DelMonte, who emigrated from Italy in 1913, and Rose M. (Chechile) DelMonte.

Michael DelMonte served in the CCCs during the depression and enlisted in the United States Navy at the start of World War II with his brother “Reno” and served in the Pacific. He and Virginia C (Conners ) DelMonte raised six children, Michael, Mark, Laurie, Daniel, David and Lisa . All four sons served in the United States Coast Guard during the VietNam War.

His children and grandchildren:

  • 1st born son- Michael Ceasare and Sandra C. (Smith) DelMonte raised six children ; Melissa, Mathew, Marcia, Mary Beth, Michelle,and Michael
  • 2nd born son-Mark Anthony and Kathleen (Fernandez) DelMonte raised two children; Amy and Mark
  • 1st born daughter- Laurie Marie (DelMonte) Staples raised one son, Mark
  • 3rd born son- Daniel Joseph and Patricia Alice (Garrity) DelMonte raised three children ; Alissa , Anthony and Christina
  • 4th born son- David Arthur and Maria Theresa (Iarusso) DelMonte raised three children; David, Gina, and Linda
  • 2nd born daughter- Lisa Ann DelMonte raised three children; Jennifer, Nicholas Liucci, and Katheryn Liucci


Design rationale

The trimount symbols in the medieval style are indicative of the ancient family history in Italy. The red sea lion represents Michael's and his son's naval and Coast Guard sea service and the oak wreath represents their numerous rescue and life saving experiences as well as the patriotism shown. The anchor is symbolic of the steadfast religious foundations of the family.

Registered by

Daniel Joseph DelMonte

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Personal, Ancestral, US, D

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