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Dr Patrick Ticman

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 22nd October 2013. Registration No. 0282 (Vol.2).

Arms: Parted per bend sinister Argent and Azure, two mullets in bend sinister Or.

Crest: An American bald eagle regardant wings expanded proper.

Motto:  Adolore ad Gloriam (from pains to gains)

Private Registration: United States Heraldic Registry Feb 24,2010: Green Heraldry Society Aug 3,2009.

Assumed: June 5, 1995

The Arms of Dr Patrick Ticman

The armiger was born in the Philippines and moved to the United States in 1996 to further his studies in Medicine. The coat of arms was assumed in 1995 during the height of his medical school years to serve as inspiration to his life as he moved forward in his career.

The two mullets signify togetherness in life, in pairs, and will never be alone.

The Argent field represents the sky above the earth, and pureness of thought. The Azure portion of the field represents the Earth where we all dwell. It also signifies peace in the family.

The American Bald Eagle was chosen as the crest because of its obvious connection with the United States of America. Before the armiger arrived in the USA, his coat of arms only existed as a shield. On arrival, the American Eagle was added as a symbolic representation of it landing as a crest.

The Motto Adolore Ad Gloriam is Latin for From Pains To Gains and reflects on the hardships he has endured from childhood to accomplish his dreams arriving at the status he has now achieved.

 
 

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