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Rick E. Kasparek

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 20th February 2012. Registration No. 0222 (Vol.2).

Arms: Sanguine, a lion rampant queue fourchy Argent crowned, armed and tufted Or holding in its paws by the bows three keys fesswise bows interlaced wards to dexter facing downwards and in chief a mullet of eight points all within a tressure Or.

Crest: A griffin segreant Argent armed, winged and tufted Or supporting in its talons an heraldic rose Or slipped and leaved proper.

Motto: Honoris Causa.

Private Registration: July 7, 2006: Registration number 20060707B, United States Heraldic Registry.

The Arms of Rick E. Kasparek

The armorial bearings of Rick Edward Kasparek were designed in tribute to his mother Sally Maline Freeborn née Fagan and in memoriam for his father Gerald Edward Kasparek. Bruncvik's two-tailed lion, first used in 13th century Moravia, represents Gerald Edward Kasparek's Czech ancestry. The three keys allude to the three children of Gerald Edward Kasparek. The 8 point star is called the Sternberk star from the coat of arms of the Kasparek's ancestral town of Zlin.

The lion standing beneath the star is an allusion to the family legend of being descendants of Kaspar who was one of the three magi who visited Christ in Bethlehem. In the crest, the griffin is holding an heraldic rose, and alludes to the Fagan side of the family. A griffin is used in the crest of a well-known Fagan's arms.

 
 

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