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Dale Eugene Imbleau


Registration number 20150204A


This certifies that the heraldic arms of Dale Eugene Imbleau are registered as an original design and described by the blazon below

Arms: Argent a fess Ermines debruised by a chevronel reversed Azure interlaced with a chevronel Gules in chief two ravens volant displayed Sable.
Crest: Issuing from a torse Argent and Azure a griffin brandishing in the upraised dexter foreclaw a sword bend-sinister wise and in the sinister foreclaw a Masonic trowel bendwise all Proper.
Mantling: Azure doubled Argent
Motto: Honor et Virtute non Verbis (By Honour and Valour not Boasting)

Rationale

The red chevronel on a white background pointing to the north is the Canadian history of the armiger's family. The blue chevronel pointing to the south entwined with the red is his United States birth. The combination of the red, white and blue gives recognition to his family's French origins. The sable field represents the royal warrant which the founder of the armiger's family in the new world was brought to New France under. The two ravens are that we should think to the future but remember the past. For it is by our strength of character and virtuous acts that we succeed not by our words.

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Assumed 12 May 2011 The International Association of Amateur Heralds

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Personal, Original, US, I

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