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Robyn Heisel

Registration number 20100321F

This certifies that the heraldic arms of Robyn Heisel are registered as an original design and are described by the blazon below

Arms: Purpure a cross Argent enhanced towards dexter chief in sinister base an heraldic panther rampant Argent spotted Purpure flamed proper.
Crest: A demi-brunette maiden affronty proper wearing a simple coronet Or vested in a Tudor Dress Purpure belted and square necked edged Or holding in her hands a scroll furled proper banded and sealed Gules.
Mantling: Purpure doubled Argent.
Motto: Deum, vitam, litteras amemus (Let us love God, life, literature)
Badge: An heraldic panther rampant Argent spotted Purpure wearing a simple coronet Or.

Biographical information

Robyn Heisel was born in Santa Barbara, California, to Russ and Charlotte Heisel in 1984. She moved to her hometown of Modesto, California shortly after, where she continues to live. She holds a Bachelor's Degree in English from Liberty University, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude and as a member of Sigma Tau Delta International English Honors Society.

Design rationale

The cross represents my Christian faith. The cross is empty, representing the belief that Christ only had to die once and is risen again. The panther represents a woman who is willing to fight to defend what is precious to her. The flames coming from the panther's mouth and ears allude to my years at Liberty University, whose mascot is the Flames. The princess in the crest is in reference to the fact that my friends and family describe me as a princess and to the fact that I am a beloved daughter of the King of Kings. The princess is holding a scroll, which represents how important education is to me, as I am studying to be a teacher. (Original design worked out with the help of herald John Jones. Original artwork rendered by artists Sandy Turnbull and Daniel Gill.)

Registered by



Personal, Original, US, H

Roll of Arms