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Jesse Keoni Tenorio

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 15th January 2020. Registration No. 0525 (Vol.3).

Arms: Per fess crested Or and Tenné a sea turtle in bend sinister Vert.

Crest: Climbing up the sinister side of a Latte Stone Proper a dragon wings disclosed and tail reflexed round the stone's base Gules.

Motto: Persevere.

Assumed: August 16, 2019. United States of America

Emblazon: Ljubodrag Grujic. Design and Blazon: Chas Charles-Dunne.

The Arms of Jesse Keoni Tenorio

The armiger was born to Kimo Tenorio and Alison Tenorio (ne Montgomery) in December 1992. He has one sister, Mariah Tenorio. On July 12, 2018, Jesse married Caitlin Elaine McClurg (Registration: The International Register of Arms, 14th December 2011. Registration No. 0215 (Vol.2)) In Cleveland, Ohio.

Mr. Tenorio’s favorite colors are orange and gold. The stain, Tenne, and metal, Or, produced an excellent cant for “Tenorio.”

His father’s family line is from the Pacific Islands, particularly Guam. The fesse crested represents his island roots. The Green Sea Turtle, a symbol of longevity, fertility, strength and protection, is a favorite of the armiger and is revered in Pacific Island culture and customs. Mr. Tenorio’s crest represents his father and mother. Latte (also latde) is a Chamorro term that refers to stone pillars and cup-shaped capitals or capstones, which represent house supports and are ascribed to the ancient people of the Mariana Islands. While megalithic construction is widespread in Oceania, no other culture is known to have used this particular form of stone architecture. The Dragon, Gules, symbolizes the armiger’s mothers Welsh background. The dragon sits perched upon the stone with wings spread and tail wrapped around the base to represent the combining of cultures in the armiger's heritage.

 
 

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