Terry Paul Hebert

April 4, 1934 – April 16, 2020


Terry Paul Hebert, a native of Montegut and resident of Bourg, passed away peacefully at Terrebonne General Medical Center on April 16, 2020 at the age of 86.

Due to these difficult times we are in, a celebration of Terry’s life will be held at a later date.

Terry is survived by his daughter, Lynn Quebodeaux (Troy), Houma; sons David Hebert (Donna), Prairieville, Tommy Hebert (Becky), Cut Off, and Terril Hebert (Loretta), Houma; brother Daniel Hebert (Ann), Montegut; sister Judy Stoufflet (Gilbert), Houma;11 grandchildren, Jessica Hebert, Jared Hebert, Jamie Quebodeaux, Alexis Hebert, Clinton Hebert, Evan Watkins, Lane Watkins, Craig Adams, Matthew Hebert, Terril “TJ” Hebert and Taylor Hebert; 18 great-grandchildren, and 2 great-great-grandchildren.

He is preceded in death by his loving wife of 62 years, Alice Dupre Hebert; parents John Albert Hebert and Lena Deroche Hebert; sister Rose Marie Hebert, brother Leroy John Hebert; and three great-grandchildren.

Terry served in the U.S. Navy, during the Korean Conflict. He retired after a 37 year career with Texaco, Inc. He was fortunate to enjoy a long retirement and had a small farm and bush hogging business to keep him busy.

Terry enjoyed hunting, fishing, raising animals and gardening. He was a great cook, a talent he passed along to many family members and friends.

Terry and his brothers, brother-in law, and close friends, and their families, were famous for many weekend long boucheries, and all the festivities that went along with those. Many had the opportunity to pass a good time at these memorable gatherings.

Terry was a life-long member of the Bourg Lions Club. He was the cook for many of those meetings and worked many bingo nights and other events, raising money for charitable causes.

Special thanks to the staffs of Terrebonne General Medical Center and the Heart of Hospice.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made in Terry’s name to the charity of your choice.

Chauvin Funeral Home is honored to serve the Hebert Family.