Bradley Olin Hebert

May 7, 1982 ~ August 18, 2010

Bradley Olin Jenkins Hebert, 28, of Lake Charles died at 6:45 AM, Wednesday, August 18, 2010 in his residence.

Mr. Hebert was a life long resident of the Lake Charles area. He was a 1999 graduate of Lake Charles Christian Academy. Bradley worked as an X-Ray Technician and Carpenter for the past three years. He also worked at Dunham Price as a contractor. Bradley loved fishing, duck hunting and music. He also loved his family very much especially his grandparents. His family and friends will sadly miss him.

Bradley is survived by his wife of six years Sarah Lynn McBride Hebert of Lake Charles, father Gregory "Greg" Jenkins and his wife Tina of Basile, LA, his mother Ramona Lynn Nash of Lake Charles, LA, adopted father Richard Hebert and his wife Jodi of Little Chenier, two daughters Lyndsey and Savannah Hebert of Lake Charles, LA, three sisters: Jayln Babineaux of Basile, LA, Crystal Lynn Portie of Grand Lake, LA, and Brooklyn Hebert of Lake Charles, LA, three brothers: Justin Jenkins of Basile, LA, Josh Miller of Moss Bluff, LA, and Christopher Hebert of Grand Lake, LA, grandmother Ann Bergeron of Lake Charles, LA.

His grandfather Gwin Bergeron Sr. and one Uncle Mark Bergeron precede him in death.

His funeral will be held on Saturday, August 21, 2010 at 2:00 PM from the Johnson Funeral Home Chapel. Rev. Dwayne Smith will officiate. Burial will be in Consolata Cemetery. Visitation will begin on Friday at 1:00PM until 9:00PM and will continue at 8:00 AM on Saturday until the time of services.

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  1. Dear Hebert Family (Crystal), I am so sorry for your loss. Ya'll are in my thoughts and prayers. Cora – (Bryan Portie's Aunt)

  2. He's off to the races with Mark and Gwin. We'll miss his presence on earth but will see him again. Love to all and specials prayers for everyone that loved him so dearly.

  3. I met Brad as a small child. He was a part of my family and I loved him just like I did my other nieces and nephews. He will be missed. Now our family has a missing piece. Rest in peace Brad! love aunt Desiree' DD Hebert

  4. I'm so sorry to hear about Brad's passing. I knew Brad when he went to school in Bell City. I'll be praying for him as well as his family.

  5. Mrs. Mona and family i am so sorry for your loss, ive known brad for about 12 years now and he was such a kind person, my thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of need.

  6. My fondest memory of Brad was seeing him in the back yard with his bb gun. Richard was telling him where he could or couldn't aim his gun. And of course, Crystal hollering for her bubba. He always stopped what he was doing to cater to his little sisters. Always, Always, respectful to me when I'd babysit him as a child. My heart goes out to you all. This has been a rough year for you. Love Always, Aunt Angie

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