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Mark Safsten


Registration number 20081209D


This certifies that the heraldic arms of Mark Safsten which honor his father Robert G. Safsten (1930-2007) are registered and described by the blazon below

Arms: Per bend Sanquine and Or, on a bend wavy Azure, between in sinister an open stone doorway proper and in dexter three sheaves of reeds (Phragmites australis) Vert each bound with a ribbon Gules, three compass roses palewise Or.
Crest: On wreath Sanguine and Or a dexter arm embowed armored proper holding a mullet Or.
Motto: Där jag hör hemma ("Where I Belong")
Badge: The crest.




Biographical information

He is the 5th child of Robert Safsten.

Design rationale

The armored arm represents leaderships and signifies the many positions of leadership he has held, in church, and career. The armor signifies the sacrifice and hard times he has had to face. The arm clutching the star signifies his desire to always look for divine inspiration.

Registered by

Daniel Safsten

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Personal, Ancestral, US, S

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