Grant of Arms
Grant of Arms

Members' Roll of Arms:
García, Jerricho Moncada

Quarterly Gules and Azure, in the first and fourth quarters a rose Or, in the second a bear statant erect Argent, in the third an eagle displayed Argent, overall a cross Or.
A dexter arm embowed vambraced Or grasping a sword Argent hilted Or.
Assumed: in the United States on 12 July 2021; registered in the Philippine Armorial 17 July 2021 and in the Chinese Armorial 21 July 2021.

Artist: Steve Yambao
The rose originally symbolized the armiger’s devotion to Our Lady of Guadalupe, who is associated with a miracle of the roses. The armiger appreciates its simplicity. The rose is also canting to his given name, Jerricho, which is derived from the Canaanite word for “fragrant”. The bear is a canting reference to his family name, Garcia, which traces to a Basque word for the animal. The eagle symbolizes his patron saint, St. John the Apostle, as well as his home of Davao City. The four colors are taken from the flag of the Philippines and of China and reflect his heritage.