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Jason Garrett Adams Sr.

Registration number 20080609B

This certifies that the heraldic arms of Jason Garrett Adams Sr. are registered as an original design and described by the blazon below

Arms: Ermine on a cross engrailed Gules a cross Latin Or.
Crest: On a wreath Gules and Argent an eagle wings expanded dexter leg raised and holding in talon a sword proper.
Motto: IN CRUCE SALUS (In the Cross, Salvation)

Biographical information

Jason Garrett Adams was born in Houston, Texas in 1970. In 1989 he joined the United States Air Force. In 1992, he separated from the Air Force. He married his wife, Virginia Lynn during the following year, 1993. In 1995, Jason reentered the service in the United States Army. In 2007, he was promoted to Warrant Officer and, as such, was subsequently granted the title of ‘Gentleman’ by the United States Congress. During his military service, Jason has deployed or served in numerous countries and campaigns throughout Europe and Asia. Jason and Virginia were saved and baptized in 1995, and he entered the Craft in 2007. Jason and Virginia have four children: Christopher Warren (Vesey), Thomas Marshall, Jason Garrett Jr., Heaven Leigh.

Design rationale

The ermine covering on the shield represents the skins used by God to cover the nakedness of Adam, and is typical of Christ’s sacrifice to cover our sins. The engrailed cross is the traditional symbol of carrying our faith throughout the earth and our walk within the world. The red represents the blood of Christ. The gold cross in the middle of the engrailed is empty and represents the value and focal point of our faith; that Christ has risen again. The eagle represents the splendor of God and his over-watching eye of protection, as well as representing the noble and glorious calling to be honorable and upright before God and man; concerning ourselves, not with the vices and superfluities of life, but with the more weighty affairs of human need. The sword represents military service and our duty to judge with candor, admonish with friendship, and reprehend with justice.

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Personal, Original, US, A

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