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Randall James "Randy" Hebert

January 8, 1957 ~ March 19, 2023

Randall James “Randy” Hebert, 66, passed away surrounded by his family on Sunday, March 19, 2023, the Feast of St. Joseph.

Randy was a graduate of Sulphur High School Class of 1975 and was active in the Boy Scouts of America, earning the Vigil Order of the Arrow. He was a member of Our Lady of Prompt Succor Catholic Church, serving as a sound engineer; he was active in ACTS and Cursillo. Randy was a member of the Knights of Columbus Council 3015, serving as a 4th Degree Knight,  a Grand Knight and as a District Deputy.  Randy had many hobbies including photography, playing the guitar, flying model aircraft, auto mechanics, and drag racing. He was an avid cook and was a founding member of Le Chien Dutch Oven Cookers; he was instrumental in the formation of the LA Dutch Oven Society.

Randy was known for voicing his concerns in government, and before presenting, his concerns were well researched from both sides of the issue. As a community activist he was representing the checks and balances that we are fortunate to have in our government.  Randy knew no stranger and was always willing to help others in need. He will be remembered as a compassionate man with strong convictions who fought to improve the community for all. First and foremost, his strong faith, love of country, and his devotion to family will always be his legacy.

Left to cherish his memory are his wife of 44 years, Suzanne Robichaux Hebert; four children, James Hebert (Malerie Moore) of Rhome, TX, Jessica Davis (Cory) of Sulphur, Jennifer Hebert of Sulphur, Jane Ramey (William) of Monroe, LA; grandchildren, Meredith Hebert, Robert Swire, Brenna Taylor, Annabelle Davis, Connor Davis, Jeremiah Ramey, and Gabriel Ramey; brother, Paul Hebert (Oksana); sisters, Mary Beth Hebert and Teresa Hebert; and numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins.

He was preceded in death by an infant sister, Beth Ann Hebert; infant brother, David Wayne Hebert; mother, Jacqueline Saunier Hebert; and father, Carl Joseph  Hebert.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 9:30AM, Friday, March 24, 2023, in Our Lady of Prompt Succor Catholic Church.  Burial will be 1PM, Friday at Mimosa Pines Cemetery of Carlyss.  Father Edward Richard, M.S. will officiate.  Visitation will be held at Johnson and Robison Funeral Home from 5PM to 8PM, Thursday, March 23, 2023 with a recitation of the Rosary at 6PM and the visitation will resume Friday at 8AM – 9AM.

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  1. So sorry to hear of Randy’s passing. Randy and I were work friends in the late 70’s and I had the honor to serve as his best man at his wedding. Our paths drifted apart but I remember our time together fondly. 

  2. Deepest condolences go out to the whole family. I grew up with Randy next door. We did so many things as kids. He has made everyone proud of him as he battled health issues with candor and grace. He wasn’t afraid to speak his mind on any subject. Time has separated seeing and visiting with him, but memories are still implanted that will never be forgotten. 

  3. Carol and I send our deepest sympathies to the Hebert family. We met Randy several times on our trips to dutch oven national gatherings. I still remember Randy cooking up jambalaya at DeGray lake state park. A true gentleman. Gone but never forgotten.

  4. Shocked and saddened to see the passing of my friend Randy. Probably one of the most learned man on community issues. He called things as he saw it without fear or favor. Randy you left some mighty big shoes to fill. But for now go rest high on the mountain my brother.

  5. I had only known Randy on FB (although he lived 2 blocks east of me) until he ran for City Council. My daughter and I met him face to face during that time. He was having coffee while we were having lunch. He stopped to talk to us, and it ended up outside 🙂 We talked about everything under the sun, and that impressed me the most. He was so sweet and genuine (and not your regular politician who only talked about winning the seat). Randy will be missed tremendously!

    Rest peacefully Randy 🕊

    😢💔

  6. Randy served others in so many different ways. He always had a smile. We are fortunate to know him and his whole family. He will be missed. May he rest in peace in heaven.

    The Salah's

  7. We send our deepest condolences to Randy's family. Our hearts ache for you, and we wish things could be different. A priest once told us our loved ones become Saints when they arrive in Heaven. So Randy is now "Saint Randall James 'Randy' Hebert." He has entered the Communion of Saints and has achieved the ultimate goal of all Christians. He has seen the Face of God! He is in his Heavenly, spiritual body free from pain and all worries. Randy left part of himself behind in all of his family and those who knew and loved him. He also took their love with him. He was a most amazing man and his memory will live on in all who knew him. His impact on our community cannot be measured! May God grant all of you the peace and comfort only he can give.
    Kathy and Lee Thibodeaux

  8. Our deepest heartfelt sympathies to Suzanne and the Hebert family. You have lost a man that was devoted to his family, a faithful man, and one who served his community proudly. The rest of us has lost a great friend!  Randy, you will be missed and always remembered!  R.I.P. dear friend!

  9. I met Randy while hot rodding Volkswagens in the 1980’s. We remained friends and he was always a good soul. I’ll miss him!

  10. Our deepest heartfelt sympathy to Suzanne and family on their loss of Randy.  He was a devoted family man, a faithful man, a servant of his community and a good friend.  Randy, you will be missed and always remembered. R.I.P. dear friend!

  11. Dear precious
    Suzanne,
    The memories that were shown on the video were wonderful….Just a great reminder of what a wonderful friendship we had with Randy and you. We remember his un-invitation to return to LA..since we brought the ice cold weather!!..lol..But one of the best times was when you and he came all the way to IL for Chuck and Debbie's wedding and prepared and served all the food….We had such a wonderful time and were so very thankful for all you did, but you know the best part is having you both as dear friends……love and peace to you all…

  12. Friend, comrade at arms, patriot and a great friend. I will miss our conversations and your cooking. From our years in scouting and time at Northrop ( when you cooked for all of us that were getting layed off) I valued our talks and your friendship. Heaven just got a lot more interesting, miss you brother. May our Lord and savior bless your family in their time of loss.


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