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God seen you were tired and took you home on October 11, 2021. Ronald Earl Hebert was 73 years young. Born to Roland Ed (Ben) and Josephine Jelinck January 1948. He was the apple of their eyes. Ronald was born in Teague, Texas and moved with his parents as a baby to follow the work in the Oilfield to Louisiana where he lived throughout his younger years. Graduating from Vidalia High School in 1966 and then completing his bachelor’s in Business Administration from Louisiana Tech. He began working for a chain of Handi-Mart resulting in a zone Manager which was in LA into TX. Ron made his way to Farmington, New Mexico in 1988, where he met his love of his life and soulmate Lana Gonzales, together they raised 4 children. Ron owned and operated Drill Bit & Supply and Hebert Technologies, selling his business to be readily available for his children, he started Rolan’s Restoration, and worked for American Furniture as Operations Manager until his retirement in 2017.
Ron never met a stranger; he made some lifelong friends. President of Tres Rios Abate, he went on two missions to Haiti with PHCC. But most of all being the best Husband, Father, Big Brother, Uncle and Grandpa. Ron was his children’s #1 Fan and supporter of multiple sports. But most of all being Lana’s Best friend and soulmate for 22 years of marriage.
Fly high and love you more, until we meet again.
Ronald is preceded in death by his parents Ben & Jo Hebert and son Joseph Christian Hebert.
Ronald is survived by his wife Lana Hebert (Yolanda), sons Jon (Lauren) Hebert, Dominic (Gloria) Thompson, daughters Rachel (Justin) Niederhofer, FaLana Gonzales (James), brothers Douglas, Michael (Debbie) Hebert, sisters Cindy (Doug) Lupo, Denise Housley, grandchildren John David, Elijah Dean, Joyanna Faith, Grace Ann Niederhofer, Jesse Carter, Levi Simon Hebert, Jaeden Jaquez, Cierra, Tony, Dominic Jr, Hannah, Annalisaa Thompson, Eden Wiley, Madisol, Jaden Ulibarri, Great granddaughter Everlee Marie.
Memorial Services will be held on November 12, 2021, at 10:00am at Pinon Hills Community Church, Farmington, New Mexico. Interment to follow at Green Lawn Cemetery at 11:30am.
In lieu of flowers Memorial Donations can be made to The Wounded Warrior Project.
Friday, November 12, 2021
Starts at 10:00am (Mountain time)
Friday, November 12, 2021
Starts at 11:30am (Mountain time)
Farmington Funeral Home
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