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Last Update: 19/07/2019

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Kevin Haelterman

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 19th July 2019. Registration No. 0504 (Vol.3).

Arms: Or, a chevron, between in dexter chief an oak leaf bendwise sinister and in sinister chief an oak leaf bendwise, and in base a hexagon Sable, the latter charged with a fillet pall Or.

Crest: A branch raguly sprouting oak twigs leaved Proper.

Motto: Robur.

Grant: 5th of November 2018 (Minister-President of Flanders, Geert Bourgeois); registered by the Flemish Heraldic Council, 1st of March 2019, Registration Number 256.

The Arms of Kevin Haelterman

The arms tell a story that spans four generations, the two oak leaves on top represent the armiger’s grandfather and great grandfather, who were park rangers. The chevron refers to the armiger’s parents who provided a fantastic family home to grow up in with a “roof over his head”. At the bottom a hexagon charged with a fillet pall, resembles a cube and refers to his job as a game and digital designer.

The crest shows an old branch sprouting young oak twigs, felled yet more alive than ever. This refers to the armiger’s great grandfather who miraculously survived a grave injury during the Great War.

The armiger received his official grant of arms, on the 5th of November 2018, from the Minister-President of Flanders Geert Bourgeois and registered said arms with the Flemish Heraldic Council and they were published in the Belgian Official Journal on the 1st of March 2019.

The motto ROBUR, translates to “strength” and also refers to “hard timer” and “oak”. For the armiger, it describes the whole story in one single word.

 
 

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