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1960 Tommy 2019

Tommy Glen Hebert

December 24, 1960 — May 28, 2019


Tommy Glen Hebert, 64,  born in Houston, Texas, on December 24, 1960, passed on May 28, 2019, in Temple, Texas. Tommy was a dedicated individual who devoted his career to the field of Telecommunications. His education began at Madison High School in Houston, Texas, and later saw him relocating to Rogers in 1993 and remained in Bell County till his passing. .

Described as easy-going, funny, and kind-hearted, Tommy had a knack for lending a helping hand even when it may not have been expected. He found joy in tending to his garden and had a particular fondness for Little Debbie Swiss Rolls. In his leisure time, he enjoyed watching the sitcom "Two and a Half Men" and staying updated with local news.

Tommy's fondest accomplishments revolved around providing for his family and ensuring their well-being. His family meant the world to him. He shared 36 beautiful years of marriage with his loving wife Kim (Lambert) Hebert until her passing. Preceding him in death were his father, Wayne Hebert, and one brother, Billy Hebert.

Tommy leaves behind a legacy cherished by his surviving loved ones: parents Johnny and Elaine Bagwell; sons Brandon (married to Amber) and Ryan Hebert; daughter Stormie (married to Cody Peters); brother Ricky Hebert; sister Debra Short; grandchildren Kimber Peters, Lainey Hebert, Adrie Ege, Braeden Hebert; great-grandchild Bexley Ege along with nieces, Angie Anderson, Amber Short; nephews. Casey Hebert, Jarred Hebert, Jorden Hebert.

Tommy Glen Hebert will be remembered for his faithfulness to the church community, Sunday meals with loved ones by his side at Bethel Assembly of God. His kindness and generosity touched many lives and his presence will be dearly missed by all who had the privilege of knowing him.

May his soul find eternal peace as he takes his place among the angels above.

Arrangements are under the direction of Sabrina Young at Young's Daughters Funeral Home and Bereavement Center.
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